The Moving Analog Clock
My redesign for the digital clock involves two states that are determined by accelerometer and/or gyroscope readings. When the clock is at rest, an LCD displays the time. When the clock senses motion as it is picked up (it knows it’s moving because of the accelerometer readings), it enters a programming state and displays a picture of an analog clock (one with hands). You can then set the hours by moving the clock in a two-dimensional plane to any number on the face. Once it is held there for a second or two, the clock will enter minute mode, where you can then move the clock again to the appropriate place to set the correct minute. Once the clock is placed back down and resting, it displays the time you set.
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