Any sugguestions on movable clock arms?

William de Smet williamdesmet at gmail.com
Sat Feb 16 05:10:51 EST 2008


Wow, thanks Jim!
I will get to that later today/tonight probably.

greetings,

William

2008/2/16, Jim Ault <JimAultWins at yahoo.com>:
> I would start with
>      ballClock.rev by Scott Rossie
> (try to ignore the beauty and get to the math)
> You will see the use of points on a hidden object
>
> then
> TNT.rev also by Scott Rossi
> this stack show the application of rotation
>
> And you might like the drag-duplicate-snapshot technique
> Chipp Walters used in
>
> getInline.rev
>
> then I would suggest you think of an image that is twice the length of the
> visible clock hand so that rotation about the center would be the same as
> the center of the clock.  This could be a group[visible hand, invisible
> hand] with the group center in the middle of the clock.
>
> The 'getinline' snapshot technique could allow the visual feedback of a
> cursor indicating the destination time if the user was to release the mouse.
>
> To get these stacks, open Rev, go to Documentation, click Search, then click
> the center icon in the header of the window, select Web Database from the
> drop down menu then type
> "getinline" = the link to Chipp's web site
> "ball clock" = the link to Scott's web site
> "TNT" = the link to Scott's web site
>
> Sounds like fun.
>
>  Jim Ault
> Las Vegas
>
>
>
> On 2/16/08 1:32 AM, "William de Smet" <williamdesmet at gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > Thanks Sarah,
> >
> > Your suggestions looks like a working clock.
> > Maybe I should have been more specific.
> > My idea about it is hat I just draw a cirkel which suggests the clock.
> > I just want to show two clock hands which he can move clockwise so his
> > pupils can tell time.
> > I am looking for some scripting suggestions on how to move images in a circle.
> >
> > greetings,
> >
> > Wiliam
> >
> > 2008/2/16, Sarah Reichelt <sarah.reichelt at gmail.com>:
> >>>  It's been a while but still enjoying RR in my sparetime ;-)
> >>>  A collegue of mine asked me if I could make an instruction clock with
> >>>  movable arms.
> >>>  He wants to us it with his Smartboard in his classroom to teach clocktimes.
> >>>
> >>>  I think I know how to drag an image but in a circle is not easy?
> >>>  Then there is the issue of two clock arms and of course the middle of
> >>>  the clock should stay fixed.
> >>>
> >>>  Can anyone give me a clue where and how to start?
> >>
> >>
> >> This discussion might give you some ideas
> >>  <http://www.inspiredlogic.com/beautiful/clockface.html>
> >>  It shows vaious ways to display a clock with moving hands, but I
> >>  expect you could alter it to allow the hands to be dragged.
> >>
> >>
> >>  Cheers,
> >>  Sarah
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