Gene Moy (梅忠毅) is a user experience architect from Chicago with 15 years experience working on the web and now, medical devices. Occasionally he thinks every day feels like 1995 all over again. More about Gene »
With apologies to the author, although it’s a brilliant test exercise in coding functionality, this is a perfect example of excise. It seems stuck in beginner mode: if you don’t know the names of months, how many there are, days in a week, hours in a day, minutes in an hour, so on, or what their names, divisions, and units are might this clock be handy. But people quickly move out of beginner mode: then they just want to know what time it is. No comment as to the aesthetic nature of such a clock though, of course, now that the proof of concept exists, then the mechanics of the thing can now be adapted to other uses, such as perhaps, a flip clock or something else like a Kinetic Sculpture or The Source.
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