Clever Clocks Screensaver

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Clever Clocks Screensaver

Postby TheEndless » Fri Sep 14, 2012 2:40 am

Bored with traditional time telling techniques? Try something more clever with the Clever Clocks Screensaver! Choose from multiple clever clock styles including: Word, Binary, Daylight, Illusion, Nixie, Matrix, Googly Eyes, and Flip, or let the screensaver choose one for you. Also includes current weather!

Available clocks:
  • Word Clock: Read the time
  • Word Clock (Verbose): Read the time more thoroughly
  • Binary Clock: 01100011 01101100 01101111 01100011 01101011
  • Matrix Clock: There is no spoon... er... clock
  • Daylight Clock: See if it's day or night anywhere in the world
  • Daylight Clock (No Clouds): See if it's day or night anywhere in the world, without clouds
  • Optical Illusion Clock: You might need to squint to read this one
  • Googly Eyes Clock: Whatchu lookin' at, clock?
  • Nixie Clock: Nixie tubes inspired clock
  • Flip Clock: An animated flip clock
You can add the screensaver via the channel store, or directly via this link:: https://owner.roku.com/add/CleverClocks

The price for the screensaver is $1.99.

NOTE: This screensaver is available for both Roku 1 and Roku 2 devices!

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Daylight Clock (with clouds)

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Binary Clock

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Matrix Clock

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Word Clock

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Nixie, Googly, Flip, Word (Verbose), Illusion, Daylight (no clouds)
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Option NOT to show seconds

Postby Gladtobemom » Wed Oct 31, 2012 6:52 pm

I've got the binary clock up now. The kids are really loving it. (My 13yo is studying logic design now (Roth self study course). So he's having fun interpreting for his sibling. He especially had fun interpreting it for his dad (Physicist).

I was gratified that he figured it out in just a minute.

As a screensaver, though, to leave up whenever no one is watching TV . . . it would be great to have the option NOT to show the seconds.

Also, It would be nice to have the randomizer have a check list of what we want to include.
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