Inspire More Making

Timeline Tools isn’t your average toolbox. Encased in it’s iconic barn silhouette is a magnetic-mountable camera that tracks the action of it’s tools. Each time a tool is removed and used, the camera captures an image, time-stamps it, and continues compiling until the camera is returned to the toolbox, providing a detailed summary of the construction process from start to finish. Perfect for sharing projects and providing streamlined instruction to visual learners.

Designer: Jack Chalkley

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7 Comments

  • ELMANCO says:

    The presentation and concept are cool but why don't prodive also a tool to keep the camera up, instead of using a scale of random stuff?

  • ELMANCO says:

    The presentation and concept are cool but why don't prodive also a tool to keep the camera up, instead of using a scale of random stuff?

  • It's a very good point, and one that I considered long and hard (I imagined a tripod). However, everywhere I have gone to test the product has had something metal that can act as a stand – so why make another object?

    The toolbox is always there too…

  • It's a very good point, and one that I considered long and hard (I imagined a tripod). However, everywhere I have gone to test the product has had something metal that can act as a stand – so why make another object?

    The toolbox is always there too…

  • Johnny says:

    A toolbox for a tool.

  • Johnny says:

    A toolbox for a tool.

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