# Dev Notes

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## Hex Clock for Geeks

The hex clock arranges time in a more consistent and logical manner than our present clock. Instead of dividing the day into arbitrary divisions (twenty-four hours in a day, sixty minutes in an hour, etc.), the hex clock represents time of day as a single hexadecimal number. A hex clock displaying three digits gives even better resolution than a standard clock, which displays a digit (or two) for the hour and two for the minutes. If you watch the clocks above, you will see that the hex clock increments about three times as often as the standard clock.

## Comments

#### Martin said:

Well, and what about binary clock?
http://www.thinkgeek.com/cubegoodies/lights/59e0/
# January 30, 2004 8:41 AM

#### MadClocker said:

How about a decimal clock?

1 day has 10 zones (day: 86400 secs)
1 zone has 10 cells (zone: 8640 secs, ~2.5 hours)
1 cell has 10 pegs (cell: 864 secs, ~15 mins)
1 peg has 10 tocs (peg: 86.4 secs, ~1 mins)
1 toc has 10 tics (toc: 8.64 secs, ~10secs)
1 tic is the equivalent of a second (tic: 0.864 secs)
then militics, nanotics and so on.

May sound crazy but crazy we are all ;-)

# January 30, 2004 9:36 AM

#### MadClocker said:

Since humans rarely care about seconds, using zones, cells and pegs we get any time we want in three digits

ie.

3.85 = 3 zone, 8 cell, 5 pegs

Average day:
0.00 midnight
3.00 wake up
4.00 go to work (sucks)
5.00 lunch
7.00 go home
9.00 go to bed

Here is a decimal time converter:

function decimalClock(decTime)
secs = 86400 * decTime / 1000
hh = Int(secs / 3600)
secs = secs - (hh*3600)
mm = Int(secs / 60)
secs = secs - (mm*60)
ss = Int(secs)
return hh,mm,ss
end

yep, had to do it :-D
# January 30, 2004 10:06 AM

#### Prof TNJ said:

Where can I find a simple decimal clock in JavaScript ?
# February 4, 2004 4:19 PM

#### tash said:

Im doing a maths debate on the hex clock. I need some cons for using this system. can anyone help me ASAP?!?!
# February 7, 2004 9:04 PM

#### Mathew Nolton said:

Let's not forget about the binary clock ;)
http://weblogs.asp.net/mnolton/archive/2003/12/03/41025.aspx
# February 13, 2004 7:51 AM

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