Bernard Gitton

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Modern water clock

Bernard Gitton (born 1943) is a French scientist, and builder of modern water clocks.[1]

He constructed the "The Water Clock", at the The Children's Museum of Indianapolis,[2][3] "Clepsydra Water Clock" at Abbotsford, British Columbia,[4] "Time Flow Clock" Europa Center, Berlin,[5] and "Time-Flow Clock" Rødovre Centrum, Denmark.[6] Also, he projected the Water Clock displayed on "Shopping Iguatemi" (Iguatemi Mall) in Porto Alegre city, Brazil. The clock stands there since 1983.

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