What Color Is It?

See the hex color for every second of the day

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#3 Product of the DayDecember 15, 2014
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Martin Bay
Martin Bay@fotofactorydk · Maker & Creator
Would be a crazy screensaver. Like it.
@fotofactorydk Would be a cool 'new tab' browser extension too.
Connor Montgomery
Connor Montgomery@connor · Product engineer @pinterest. High-fiver.
@fotofactorydk I made something like this as an OS X screensaver a while back. Check it out – github.com/connor/hex-clock
Martin Bay
Martin Bay@fotofactorydk · Maker & Creator
@connor Thanks for the hint. Inspirational. Will check it out.
nina.@nine_u · News & Tech Writer, Digital Music News
@fotofactorydk http://thecolourclock.co.uk/ - has been my go-to screensaver for years
Victor@victorvation · Computer Engineering @UWaterloo
@fotofactorydk @thomasmeagher Done! Made a New Tab extension for Chrome based on this: https://chrome.google.com/websto...
Ryan Hoover
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
Another fun, experimental clock: AllTheMinute, a twitter clock that displays tweets mentioning each minute.
I made a couple mobile clones of this about 6 months ago when the original came out (see related links). Unfortunately Apple didn't approve it (for no reason other than they didn't think it was useful or interesting), so it's now open source: iOS: https://github.com/mfkp/HexClock... Android: https://github.com/mfkp/HexClock...
Kyle Richey
Kyle Richey@imakestrides · CEO, ConquerApathy.com
Brilliant! This is sweet.
Tiffany Zhong
Tiffany Zhong@tzhongg · @ZebraIQ (gen z), ex Product Hunt
By any chance, do you know if there's a chrome extension which lets you easily see the hex color for anything you select? (WhatFont for HEX basically)
@tzhongg Not a chrome extension, but I use this tool when I want to find hex colors: http://theolabrothers.com/sip/
Tiffany Zhong
Tiffany Zhong@tzhongg · @ZebraIQ (gen z), ex Product Hunt
@mfkp This looks awesome! Thanks!
@mfkp Cool! I currently use the interestingly-named Frank De Loupe (http://www.jumpzero.com/frank/), but I'll check out Sip too.