In today’s fast-paced life, it gets difficult to keep track of all the tasks you have to do. Sticky notes are undoubtedly a great solution, but if you are looking for something unique and interesting, you might love the concept of “The Memory Node”. Designed by Ben Hudson, The Memory Node provides users with gentle, non-time specific reminders. Each node on the clock-like creation illuminates briefly to highlight the message inscribed on it. The blue knob on the underside of the hub controls the illumination cycles, which may vary between an hour and a month.
The unused nodes can be stored in a holder placed on to the side of the Memory Node. The disc portion of each node has been made from small scraps of borosilicate glass leftover in lampworking studios. The Memory Node by Ben Hudson was designed to help people remember personal thoughts, such as goals, ideas and guidelines.