Archive for June, 2012

Grid Clock – An Experiment

June 29th, 2012

This is a Javascript version of a Grid Clock I had fun making for myself on a train trip home last week. I tried to waste as few characters as possible. The clock is built without using any libraries or external files (you can view the code by just selecting view source).

The clock is inspired by Qlocktwo, but this clock uses the letters in the grid far more efficiently, allowing it to overlap words that share letters (that won’t be displayed at the same time) and display additional information such as noon, midnight, am, pm, just, almost, and past. This clock uses almost for the last three minutes before the hour, and just past for the first three minutes past the hour. Click read more below for Processing/Arduino info.

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