Generative Art Timepieces
From Math, Beauty. From Time, Art.
Time stands still for no one.
With cambia432 that's never been more true.
That’s because cambia432 is all about change. From minute to minute, hour to hour, a cambia432 timepiece constantly unfolds to reveal its complete design.
- Clockfaces are mathematically generated in real time
- No hands! Cambia432 uses progressive illumination to indicate the time
Video: “Minima”, 11 PM – 12 AM
It's okay to be two-faced. Or three- or four-faced.
cambia432 comes with four unique clock designs
Minima's delicate design offers a twist on the standard polar clock. Keep an eye on the center, and watch a flower grow before your eyes!
Spira introduces a completely new movement. Beautiful to watch, and surprisingly intuitive.
Lyria is actually an analog 'handed' clock, but we thought it was too cool to leave out. Consider it a bonus!
Lyria II is identical to Lyria I, but with minute-markers removed, leaving a minimal, ultramodern look. Double bonus!
Also Included. . .
For a more concrete reference, a conventional digital display is available with two quick taps.
Analog Numeric Overlay
You can also toggle a view of traditional numbering around the clockface
In time, all shall be revealed
Learn more about cambia432 here
- Vectrosity, from Starscene Software
- PlayMaker, from Hutong Games
- NGUI, from Tasharen Entertainment
No, sorry, cambia432 timepieces are not alarm clocks. Think of them more as wall or table clocks.
We are not releasing the color customization component with Version 1, but it is in development, and should be available for the next release.
Cambia432 timepieces use your device's system clock, so the time displayed is as accurate as the time to which you've set your device.
Cambia432 is not set to an Internet clock, but rather to the system clock used by your device. If your device uses your wireless carrier as its time source, however, then it will be connected to the clock used by the network. But it doesn't have to be in order for it to work.
We use a number of different equations. In general, though, they are all rooted in Polar Geometry, e.g. all of the resulting constructs form what are known as "Polar Curves".