Lovingly made in Oslo, the Durr is a "shivering unisex bracelet" that, with each vibration, allows the wearer to "explore how we perceive 5 minutes in different situations." Here is how they are made.
Time perception is our subjective understanding of how fast time passes. Our ability to accurately estimate durations depend on a range of factors. With Durr you become aware of how your brain alters the length of a bus ride, how fast you finish a beer, how time flies by when you enjoy yourself, and drags along when you wait in line at the post office.
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