Neither one nor Many
Software engineering blog about my projects, geometry, visualization and music.
Today I published my first Android (Wear) App! . The idea behind this clock is that it uses concentric circles to show time, and doesn't use analog clock hands or numeric time notation. This is something I have on a bigger LCD screen at home for a while now, and now that there is Android Wear for a while, I wanted to implement this for Android.
There is more theory behind the visualization, more on that on the website: http://circlix.click.
You need to have WebGL support in your browser in order to see the following live-clock.
Android Wear is relatively new, and I never read any book on the Android Framework. Luckily I had some Java experience. Overall I am impressed by the design of the Framework, although it also confused the hell out of me on various occasions @:|@.
Some stuff I needed to realize or discover during development: