TTMM is a designer collection of active desktop clocks. It turns your Mac into a stylishly artistic, powerfully aesthetic clock which looks like it’s come from the future. It works on two modes as clock desktop and a screen saver.
Three groups of dots, representing hours, tens of minutes and minutes, with a line for seconds. The time of day can be gathered from the color and position of the dot green (left) for AM and yellow (right) for PM.
This one is micro-revolution in minutes. Minutes are divided into six groups of nine squares – each square represents a single minute. Every ten minutes the group transforms itself into a large square. After thirty minutes a rectangle appears. The time of day can be gathered from the color (green for AM and yellow for PM).
Each hour is displayed by four quarters. A slowly flashing quarter represents a five minute period. After ten minutes the quarter blinks rapidly. Fifteen minute periods are signaled by a lit-up quarter. The time of day can be gathered from the color (green for AM and yellow for PM).
Time is moving from now to infinity; the digits stretch from this moment to a future yet unknown. Now you can see it.
Idea & Design : Albert Salamon
OSX Programming : Michal ?yli?ski