Epoch Clock: A Great Way to Convert Time

Epoch Clock: A Great Way to Convert Time

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Range Govindan
Dec 10, 2008

Have you ever wanted to convert time into other formats? We don't mean converting from a 12-hour cycle to 24, but in different number formats, like binary and hexadecimal? Well now there is an easier way instead of taking out your calculator. The Epoch Clock will convert time in different number formats. That's incredibly useful for the inner geek in all of us.

One of the reasons why this clock actually makes sense is that there is that there is a trend in timepieces nowadays that makes telling time something only math nerds can do easily! Seriously, that's not really true, but some of the Tokyo Flash watches have puzzling displays. It's like learning to tell time once again and it's not for everyone. Thankfully, the Epoch Clock was made to help you with this problem.

Just like the Rosetta Stone, the Epoch clock allows you to easily convert the time from one numbering system to another. It displays time in multiple formats such as standard, hexadecimal, octal, binary and Roman. We think that this is a cool gadget that perfect as a gift to any geek. Heck, I'd like to get it as a present! [via ThinkGeek]

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