Displays and keeps Decimal Time: 10 Hours/day, 100 minutes/hour, 100 seconds/minuteDesign and date functions based on the Modern watchface by Łukasz Zalewski (http://forums.getpebble.com/profile/11983/Łukasz Zalewski)
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More on Decimal Time here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Decimal_time.
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Łukasz Zalewski said:
This is interesting, I've never heard of this type of time measuring but it would be much much easier to manage time this way, I believe.If you dont mind my critics, I would throw in some just to make it better:- Really like the font you have used for hours, however there are two things about it: + You didnt use proper hinting in the font to create background for pebble, you have to do that without anti-aliasing while rendering background on your pc (in photoshop "sharp" edges from dropdown menu in font section or in gimp just untick 'anti-aliasing' box in font menu) - it greatly improves readability and overall look of the font. It's because pebble doesnt display anything but black OR white. + "0" on top looks a bit like nothing, if you know what I mean, I guess "10" would be better- Digital date doesn't fit this style (hours numerals style) in my opinion- Seconds hand with counter part would fit this watch much better (like the one in my brown watchface), it really works well when you deal withReally dig this style and would love to see regular 12h version as well, but excuse me for now, I'll go find a reason why we dont use that metric system in our watches yet. It just seem so much more natural.
This is cool! Can you make a digital version too?
Thjodbjorn said:This is EXACTLY what I have been looking for, and may have actually sold me on a Pebble watch. Two things: 1) I also vote for "10", but understand the "philosophical" argument. 2) do the watch "hands" move at the correct speed? I have seen decimal time apps on smart phones that read in decimal time, but still have movements based on your earthman clocks.thanks!
This is EXACTLY what I have been looking for, and may have actually sold me on a Pebble watch. Two things:
Or rather regular time in digits somewhere in all that blank space in the middle of the watch face.