Klingon Clock software

There are several programs and apps which can display time with a klingon look, and some of these even speak Klingon.

Windows

Klingon Klock 2.0 c

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Main View

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Settings
This was the first speaking Klingon Clock available on the web. It was released around 1998 [citation needed] and updated to version 2.0 one year later [citation needed]. It was created by Matthew T. Smith (1).

Web

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Analog Clock
Joseph Arthur has programmed an analog clock face with numbers in pIqaD. The pointers for hour and minute are Bat'leths, while the pointer for the seconds has a Bird of Prey and an Enterprise attached to an almost invisible pointer. The background of the clock face shows a big trefoil. The clock has no functionality yet, but there are plans to add a speaking mode to it.

The creator of this clock has had assistance of Jeremy Cowan, Jeffry C. Larson, Alan Anderson, and David Waddell.

The clock can be seen at http://www.josepharthur.org/klingon_clock/

iOS

Klingon Klock By Great Apps

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Screenshot

Android

See also

References

1 : Download page on Neswtrekker.com, updated 20 June 2008, retrieved 08 July 2015

Category: Software    Latest edit: 08 Jul 2015, by KlingonTeacher    Created: 08 Jul 2015 by KlingonTeacher



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