MINIMALIST CLOCK

I went for a more minimal approach with this assignment. The hours and minutes are displayed in binary, with only the necessary bits available for view (ones are filled rectangles, zeroes are blank). The triangles in the background progressively divide, with the amount of seconds represented as the number of triangles in a given row or column. I was really enamored with the idea of neatly subdividing objects as a clock, and thought the execution of the minute and hour representations worked well. Unfortunately, the triangles tended to leave extra space between the right and lower sides of the sketch and the last triangles. Other than that, I’m super pleased with the color scheme.

Author: madeleine

maddy (madeleine?) varner is a freshman art student at carnegie mellon university. she gets along with computers well enough. she has a youtube (www.youtube.com/user/madeleinelv) and an openprocessing (http://www.openprocessing.org/user/31193) her twitter is @mlvarner