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.