Instead of being circular, this clock is linear with a background of 12 divisions with thicker lines every 3 divisions, corresponding to the five minute marks on a traditional clock face.
The clock has Four horizontal bars with text annotations:
Day of the year (orange) - each division on the scale corresponds to a month
Hour of the day (blue) - only changes on the hour
Minute of the hour (green) - only changes every minute
Seconds (red) - updated every second.
Bottom label shows day, time, percentage of day elapsed, date and day of year.
A Star Polygon is drawn by first drawing a set of P points on a circle then drawing a line from each point to the point Q points away.
When Q is 1, regular polygons are drawn such as triangle, square, hexagon, octagon, etc.
Use the following keys to change the number of points, adjust the line thickness and the radius of a circle around each of the points.
z / x - rotate
q / w - decrease / increase number of points around the circle
a / s - decrease / increase the length of line to join the points
d / f - decrease / increase line thickness
e / r - decrease / increase size of c
This is a software simulation of Green/Yellow/Red lights used to time speeches in Toastmasters. This program is a useful tool to time your speeches and be aware of the timing milestones as you deliver your speech.
The timer is started (or restarted) by entering a number corresponding to the time as shown on the menu.
2 - Timing for 1 - 2 minute speech
6 - Timing for 4 - 6 minute speech
7 - Timing for 5 - 7 minute speech
The clock face will flash once you are past the disqualification time