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The time of the day can be displayed on a selected face by rotating and twisting some parts of the cube. Time is displayed in hours, minutes and seconds. In the initial state, the cube shows 12:00, where hour and minute hands are all lined up with number '12'. In addition, seconds can be indicated by red dial tick marks.

The cube features a set of white hour and minute hands in the Analog Clock mode and an additional set of red hands in Chronometer and Compass modes. Red dial tick marks show seconds of time on the analog clock dial whereas white dial tick marks can be used to show elapsed minutes of time on the chronometer dial.

The layout of the Analog Clock Cube was created in 2009 by André Boulouard and Walter Randelshofer.

Analog Clock Mode

Range from 0:00(:00) up to 24:00(:00)
in 5 minutes steps
(and in 5-second steps when the red dial tick marks are used)

Chronometer Mode

Range from 0:00:00 up to 00:12:00
in 5 second steps

The red minute hand is used to display seconds of time whereas white dial tick marks can be used to show elapsed minutes of time.

Compass Mode

Range from 0° up to 360°
in 30° degree steps

The red second hand and the opposite white minute hand are used to display angles relative to the Earth's magnetic poles. The red hand shows the direction of the magnetic North. In Compass mode, digits '12', '3', '6' and '9' stand for 'North', 'East', 'South' and 'West', respectively.

Source: www.randelshofer.ch
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