|The real life version of the Weasley's clock|
This clock was made real by Duke University student Trey Bagley. Bagley went and bought an antique clock and then got to work creating a remake of the Weasley's clock for his own family. He began drawing out vector patterns and began working with a friend who is familiar with Illustrator.
Inside the body of the clock, Bagley put and Internet of Things development hardware kit called Particle Proton. He then connected it to an addressable LED strip. Lastly, he used the task automater If This Then That to set location-based rules for each member of his family.
The clock hands represent Bagley and his family members. They light up to show which family members are home, at work, on the way, forest, and mortal peril.