Concept Clock Counts Time In Millionths Of A Second

Posted: Jun 27 2008, 9:26am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 9:06am CDT, in News | Other Stuff


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If you are the sort who likes to be very precise in your time and I mean really precise, we have found your clock. The clock is called the Digital Time concept and is really long and bulky looking. It reminds me of a clock from the 1980’s or something you would see hanging above the door at missile command.

The clock counts time in one millionth of second intervals. I don’t know why you would need to know millionth of a second intervals, but I guess if your boss is really picky about clocking in or out early this would do the trick.

Pocket-lint has a video of the clock in action and most of the numbers flash by far too fast to actually read. Still, it’s a pretty cool concept and would be good for nothing else than telling your coworkers they were .00000001 seconds late to work.

Via Pocket-lint

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