The Colour Clock is Represented by a Hexadecimal Color Value

By: Meghan Young - Published: Feb 24, 2011 • References: thecolourclock & neatorama
The Colour Clock is a web timepiece that changes color almost like a chameleon. But instead of adapting to its environment, the clock is created so that each second, minute and hour is simply represented by a different hexadecimal color value.

Designed by Jack Hughes, the Colour Clock changes quite gradually and seems to recycle similar colors, but only over a certain period of time. If you choose to save it as your desktop screen saver, it will surely add a bit of vibrancy to your home and/or office. Stats for Chroma-Changing Time-Tellers Trending: Older & Chilly
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