The water clock is the earliest measurement of time in our history.
Current Water Clock is based on the laws of physics. Flow speed, altitude and pressure differences of air and water provide a visual interpretation of time. The time is visible and can be experienced by showing the passage of time in a water clock, that displays the relationship between these factors in a basic way.
The communicating timeline acts as an agenda/dayplanning. From the moment the water clock is turned, the time begins to run. Each sphere represents one hour and the water will fill one ball after another. After three hours the clock can be turned again.