My tale behind the concept
Story of origins of the time machine box in early 19th century.
Once at the start of 19th century, one young scientist was asked to make a perfect marine chronometer. While he was making it he thought that marines need to have some entertainment on their ships as well, so he figured out he will put an armillary sphere in the box next to the chronometer. So that the marines can watch stars and celestial objects on the long dark nights spent in an open waters. While fiddling around with the rings, he noticed that if he does not fix them in place but leave them on axis they rotate without hitting each other. He tried to spin them. He got fascinated by the movements of the rings and especially when you put 4 rings each inside the other it was always possible to see all sides of the middle ring, there was no difference where the outer axis was, the center ring could always return to a horizontal state. He spend hours spinning his newly created ring device, just wa