- Updated August 2016
Universal Color Clock
Representing time in color creates a slow time telling experience. If people are accustomed with the colors, the clock will give them an indication of the current time (like i.e. ancient sundails).
When the colors are applied to the different time zones it provides the user a quick hint of the part of the day in another time zone.
The Universal Color Clock was created by Hein Boekhout as an assignment for the programming course of the Master Mediatechnology at Leiden University. The clock was programmed with Processing.