The World Clock Project

The The brainchild of Shawn Liu and Danny Wen, two New York-based members of the digirati, they say, "We find it intriguing to see a picture of a clock that is located thousands of miles away, but one which tells us the exact time of where we are right now. So we've set out to collect as many pictures of clocks as possible from as …

TiWalkMe: 1,000-Year Forest Clock

TiWalkMe is a clock (still in conceptual stage) designed to track 1,000 years using a forest seeded along a ribbon of land to tell time. Annual tree plantings set the pace, visually representing time passing as they mature and functioning as the clockwork mechanism. The purpose of the project is to make a long progression of time visible as a way to help focus on …

10 x 10

Another creative approach to data visualization, Jonathan Harris' 10 x 10 is an interactive exploration of the words and pictures that define the time. The grid is updated every hour with the 100 most relevant words and images based on the headlines and leading photos from the worlds primary on-line news sources. Every hour is archived and a 10 x 10 summary is also created …