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Virtual Reality Implementation of a Binary Clock


Updated 01 Jan 2009

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Just type bvrclock at the command line to create and start this binary virtual reality clock.

The function opens a window in a virtual world, where 6 columns of appearing and disappearing golden balls are used to display the binary-coded sexagesimal time. Additional explanation is available in the function help as well as here:

Besides the (subjective) coolness factor, this function might be a good example on how to interact with a vrml file and on how to use timers and persistent variables. Finally it might be useful in acquiring and maintaining a practical knowledge of binary numeration.

Cite As

Giampiero Campa (2019). bvrclock (, MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .

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Now checks whether the virtual reality toolbox exist and whether the java machine is running before launching the clock.

MATLAB Release Compatibility
Created with R14SP1
Compatible with any release
Platform Compatibility
Windows macOS Linux