Well you see, it’s a clock, and the time, its displayed in binary with lights. There is a row for each hours, minutes, and seconds.
The columns are in binary starting at the left with 32 and then decreasing by half all the way down to 1. I have no clue what the top most row is for, as the bottom three are the rows that actually tell time.
You can switch between 12 and 24 hour formats and when you buy one of these, you get your choice of red or blue LEDs. Should you still want one, it will cost you $123 which is kind of expensive for a clock even someone with no skills whatsoever could probably make with a basic how to guide, and I am sure there are a few.
Designer Binary Clock [via geekalerts]