Carinthia, Austria -- (ReleaseWire) -- 10/10/2017 -- The Academy of Harmonics has announced that they have launched a Kickstarter campaign for their all new cosmic clock called CosmoChron. This inspiring project aims at bringing this remarkable cosmic clock to everyone with an aim to enable people in getting a better understanding of the solar system and the universe at large. In simple words, CosmoChron is a simulation of the solar system in cosmic real-time in vibrating colors and sounds.
In a world where time is being measured and perceived as a quantitative dimension, the CosmoChron will help people in understanding the qualitative nature of time in the universe. Moreover, the developers have designed this novel clock system as a virtual star clock that will inspire many new applications. The system can be tested and used to measure time in a whole new way.
In order to strengthen the research and also to make this clock available for everyone, the company is offering several great pledges as the rewards for those who will back this campaign on Kickstarter. More details about this clock and its working are available on the Kickstarter campaign page and the academy is welcoming everyone to become a part of this initiative by backing this exciting project.
The Kickstarter Campaign is located on the web at: www.kickstarter.com/projects/917345300/cosmochron-the-quality-of-time and supporters from around the world can get this star clock by making pledges as well as the duration. More details are available on the Kickstarter campaign page of CosmoChron.
CosmoChron is an exciting new cosmic clock developed by The Academy of Harmonics in Austria. The project is aimed at making people have a better understanding of the time and how it runs in the universe beyond our own planet. The academy is therefore welcoming everyone to become a part of this project by making generous contributions in the crowdfunding campaign.
Contact Person: Andreas Klinksiek
Company: Universal Harmonics
Address: 9583 Faak am See
Phone: 0043 4254 20571
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