Indore (Madhya Pradesh): Making one-of-a-kind ‘World Clock’ four students of Class 9 under the guidance of their professor built a clock that shows all the time zones in the world at the same time!
It is a clock which includes a world outline through which we can see the time of all the nations in one clock at any place at the same time.
Guiding Maths teacher Shubham Shah said, “The basic concept of this clock is that it works on the guideline of the development of the sun and the moon.”
He explained that time is decided by the position of the hour hand, diminutive hand and the moment hand within the outline.
One of the students, Ishan Mehta said, “The clock contains 96 GMT lines each incorporating a contrast of 15 minutes.”
He explained that any time the specific GMT lines passing through that specific put appears it is the time of that put and the standard time is 00:00.
Explaining the process of the clock, another student Kainat Khan said, “There is a world outline within the clock which has 96 GMT lines of four colours : blue, yellow, green, ruddy which delineates the time within the hour hand.”
She added that these GMT lines have a space of 3.75 degrees each.
“There's an hour hand of dark and white colour, the dark colour delineates night and white colour portrays the day and there's blue in between which appears the nightfall and sunrise,” another student Sanvi Nagar said. She added that there are four minute hands of diverse colours : blue, yellow, green, ruddy and a second’s hand.
Describing how it is associated with Maths, student Hunar Sharma said, “The Maths utilized is how we isolated a circle of 360 degrees into 95 fragments each of 3.75 degrees by utilizing the taking after equation - angle of 1 fragment = 360/96.”