Yes, it tells the time, but the Robot Pendulum Clock by Paul Ocepek at MoMA offers much more than that.
It’s a lovely and quirky thing to have in the home and in particular, in a kid’s room. The clock is hand prodiced by Paul Ocepek, constructed out of laser cut plywood, and printed with non-toxic, water-based inks. After that, the final sanding and assembly is all done by hand.
The clock requires a single AA battery to keep ticking over and sells online for $42. Note that MoMA does ship worldwide and that the clock is exclusive to them.