The Color Clock Represents Time with Colors

By: Jonathon Brown - Published: Jan 10, 2013 • References: & yankodesign
Time is no longer all about a number with the new color clock. This innovative new watch system is based on colors, not numbers. This means that each color represents a different time of the day and, as the time changes, the colors gradually shift hues.

The colors start cold with 1am (or pm) represented by blues. By around 4 o'clock, the color has shifted to a teal hue, which leads into a prolonged green section. Around 11:30-12, the color starts to get warmer, moving into a yellow and then orangey-red. It then begins its descend into cooler colors of pink, purple and dark purple to finish off the 24 hour clock.

While this kind of color clock system would absolutely take some time to adjust to, it would be pretty cool to walk around with. Stats for Color-Coded Time Systems Trending: Older & Chilly
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