Saturday, December 01, 2007

Hex Clock

Revolutionary new clock. Forget the binary clock, meet the Hex Clock!

The day is divided into 4096 Binutes, which are sub-divided into 16 tics each. The top three squares display the Binutes Past Midnight (BMP). The bottom square displays 16ths of a Binute, a "tic" which is about 1.3 seconds.

Each side of a square is a bit. The right side is least significant bit, with increasing significance in the counter clockwise direction.


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