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    Use Peggy's 25x25 matrix to follow the minute hand seamlessly around an old-fashioned station clock (London Victoria pictured for example, see also Waterloo example). Gradually moving by slowly changing the "anti-aliasing" would allow this to move without any noticeable instantaneous change, to make the clock elegantly eye-catching rather than constantly attention-grabbing. Showing enough of the centre of the clock face allows the hour hand to be read as well, allowing instant easy telling of the time.

    1. Rouverius 58 months ago | reply

      Lovely clocks. So, would the clock face design be constant or would it change with the passing of time too?

    2. Jellmeister 58 months ago | reply

      Depending on the amount of memory for image data, I was thinking there could be a few clocks that the system would choose from, with a new face each day. Perhaps seven so once you were used to it you would know what day of the week it is? But if it is too difficult I wouldn't mind keeping it simple with one face.

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