By Jessica ChobotThe digital clock has become a staple of the modern entertainment landscape.
But how many people are aware that it can be used to create and share images that have no visual meaning?
Or that its digital clock is an important tool in the digital war for supremacy?
Digital clock-maker Kino Digital is a new company based in the United Kingdom and created by former software developer and illustrator Matt Taylor.
Taylor told us, “I was working on a software project when I got a note from a friend, a very experienced digital designer, who said, ‘I’m thinking of buying a digital clock.
Do you have any ideas?'”
Kino Digital was born out of a love of the clock.
Taylor said, “We started out by designing digital clocks for the digital domain, but after that, we decided that the digital clock was a good way to combine the two.”
The company’s most recent project is a series of interactive artworks based on the digital clocks of the 20th century.
“The digital time, as you know, has become the gold standard in the entertainment industry,” Taylor told Digital Trends.
“The digital era has ushered in a whole new way of looking at time.
People are now more interested in digital time and their own time.”
Digital time is a time-stamp of sorts, Taylor explained.
It shows how much time has passed.
Digital clocks are created in real time, meaning that you can see the exact date a certain image was taken, and then you can take that image and make a digital version of it.
Taylor explained, “If you took a picture of an image, like a portrait, and you took the digital version, you would see the date on the back of the digital image.”
The digital clock’s date is also a time stamp, which means that you see it on the right side of the image, and it’s also a way of telling you when the image was shot, so it can help you know when the digital camera was taken.
“I love how we’re able to get the date right on the side of each image,” Taylor continued.
“When you zoom into an image and see the time stamp on the front, that means that the image has been captured on film.
It’s that simple.”
The digital clocks are so popular, Taylor said he was surprised to find that so many people have them.
He said, he found out about the project through a friend and thought, “Oh, my god, that would be so cool to create a digital digital clock.”
The company’s first digital clock project was “The Golden Age of Art,” which was a collaboration between Taylor and illustrators James and Mary Toth.
The two worked together on the project.
“We came up with the idea of this beautiful golden age of art, and the idea was to turn this idea into a clock,” Taylor said.
The digital clocks feature images of artworks by artists such as Pablo Picasso, Leonardo Da Vinci, and Michelangelo, and are designed to show how the time has changed over the past century.
In this series of illustrations, each digital clock contains a different image.
The clock is set to one of the images, which are all about the same age.
The images are printed onto the clock and then digitally scanned.
The digital artworks are a great way to show your love for art, Taylor added.
“A lot of people are into art, but the more you put into it, the more people will notice that it’s you who’s the artist.”
The clock’s artwork can be found on the company’s website.
The company has a website dedicated to “Art on Digital,” a site that features “some of the most beautiful digital art ever created.”
Taylor told me, “There are really beautiful digital paintings and sculptures from the past, and there’s a lot of them out there, so this is really cool to see the work of great artists.”
For Taylor, the clock was an important piece of the puzzle.
“It’s like a digital sculpture,” he said.
“I think we have a lot more to learn about the art world now than we did before.”