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24 Apps available under the Clocks category:


Bargraph

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Clock draws a bargraph to represent the time. Adds a new pixel every 9 seconds.

By Hudson on May 22 2011

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Swarm

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This is a port of xswarm. The bees won't fly over the time, which adds a nice effect as they bounce off of it. - More Info

By Hudson on May 22 2011

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Matrix

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This clock is inspired by the movie "The Matrix". Numbers are dropping similar to what was shown on the computer monitors in the actual movie. Second line actually shows the time (23:12 = 11:12PM) - More Info

By Hudson on May 22 2011

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Odometer

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I was inspired by either aviation glass cockpit altimeters, or perhaps automotive odometers to create this one. The seconds continuously roll past, turning the minutes, which very slowly turn the hours. I thought of making it more like the clock of the long now and including day, month and a Y10K compliant five digit year. There are some minor bugs, like the numbers at the bottom of the screen leaving garbage on the first scan line, and the hours should be delayed so that the line always points to the correct hour (unlike an hour hand that points between them). - More Info

By Hudson on May 17 2011

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Quadrant

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This Quadrant clock uses antialiased lines and shifts the center of the clock to keep the hour, minute or second hand in view. - More Info

By Hudson on May 17 2011

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QR Time

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This is a clock that tells time with QR codes and also recycles some of the sayings from the fortune clock. You might be thinking, "wow! a qr code generator!" and rush to the source to read it, but you will be disappointed. Instead there are 8,640 bitmaps stored in the resource file, one for every ten seconds in the day. I started writing a reed-solomon encoder, but decided that given the limited problem domain and the resources.h from yesterday, that it would just be easier to pre-generate all of them. Make sure to watch the video to understand how to read the actual time. - More Info

By Hudson on May 17 2011

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Flip Clock (Animated)

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Animated flip clock. To make it more realistic the numbers must pass through all intermediate ones when the mode is switched, sort of like the old-style train station displays. - More Info

By Hudson on May 17 2011

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Wave Pendulum

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Inspired by the beautiful patterns that can arise from simple harmonic motion of wave pendulums. The longest bob swings at 30 times per minute (0.5 Hz), the next longest 31 times per minute and so on until the shortest swings 60 times (1 Hz). Various patterns appear to emerge, but they are just beat frequencies that play tricks on your mind. - More Info

By Hudson on May 17 2011

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Infinity

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Inspired by the blog on Visualizing Time With The Infinity Hour Chart. - More Info

By Hudson on May 17 2011

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Fortune Clock

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Today’s watch displays random quotes relevant to time in a typewriter style, gives the viewer some time to contemplate the meaning, and then writes a new one. - More Info

By Hudson on May 17 2011

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Metronome Clock

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wrist version of the sculpture / clock Metronome in Union Square, NYC. If I had planned ahead, I would have shot some video from a tripod to animate the smoke instead of a single iPhone still. The clock counts up through the day and down towards the end of the day.

By Hudson on May 17 2011

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Roman Numerals

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A simple roman numeral digital clock. Sort of a play on the common use of Roman numerals on the face of analog watches. - More Info

By Hudson on May 17 2011

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Antialiased Hershey Fonts Clock

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A rotating font with 12-hour analog hands in the background using an antialiased Hershey simplex font for smoother animation. - More Info

By Hudson on May 17 2011

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Nixie Clock

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A four digit bit-mapped Nixie Tube clock display. The top digits are the hours (in 24-hour time) and the bottom digits are the minutes. A small auxiliary dot flashes on the seconds. - More Info

By Hudson on May 17 2011

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Teatime

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Tea time, a 3D wireframe rendering of the Utah Teapot. The code is entirely fixed point with 8-bit rotation matrices and sin() lookup table. The 480 vertices of the original teapot have been culled to 251 so that it will fit inside the limited space of the inPulse watch. - More Info

By Hudson on May 17 2011

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Word Clock

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Word clock shows the time and date in words. Click once to see the time and once more to see the date. Note: video doesn't show the right color contrast between fore and background text.

By Johan on Apr 30 2011

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Ternary Clock Face

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Hours are in the top half (shown in 24-hour format). Minutes are in the bottom half (blue lights). Each has 4 ternary digits (from left to right: 27, 9, 3, 1). For each digit, if it's zero then no lights are on, if it's one then the bottom light is on, if it's two then the top light is on. So the time in the picture is: Hours = 0*27 + 2*9 + 1*3 + 0*1 = 21 = 9pm / Minutes = 1*27 + 1*9 + 2*3 + 1*1 = 43 / Time = 9:43pm. Also, at the very bottom of the display, the line moves to the right as the minute counts down. The button toggles the display on/off.

By JohnFMartin on Apr 28 2011

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World Clock

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Includes an animated spinning globe with realistic shading of day and night according to the time and season. You can scroll through all the time zones using the watch button. Please read the README! It has instructions for changing the hard coded local timezone offset (which you will need to do if you are in a timezone other than Pacific Daylight) and some important limitations info (notably, daylight savings time is not supported). - More Info

By AJWitte on Apr 21 2011

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7 Segment Display Watch

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Simple 7 segment display watch (including "ghosting" of inactive segments). Changes color every minute between blue, green and red. Displays the time for 10 seconds, then puts the watch to sleep (unless you click the button) to save battery.

By MonkeyEnFuego on Apr 17 2011

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Sticks Clock

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Displaying the time with sticks.

By JP on Apr 17 2011

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Binary BCD Clock

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A simple binary/BCD clock. Check out the video for a good visual.

By Duane on Mar 24 2011

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Simple Analog Clock

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A simple analog click using single pixel with anti-aliased lines. Click the button to animate the time and to wake up from sleep mode. Make sure to check out the video!

By Inpulse on Mar 18 2011

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Psychedelic Clock

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The Psychedelic Clock app prints the current time over a dynamic pulsating psychedelic background. The button is used to toggle between normal and sleep modes. Make sure to watch the video!

By Inpulse on Mar 18 2011

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Analog Clock

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Allerta has created a python script to allow you to quickly and easily create your very own watch face! All you need is a background image, and two watchhand images and their script will do the rest. As always, Allerta has open-sourced the scripts so you can easily design your own watch style.

By Inpulse on Mar 17 2011