Last Clock is a visual installation by Jussi Ängeslevä in 2002. It consists of a screen showing a clock with hands. Every hand leaves a trail of the image captured by a camera. It creates time circles made out of images. Every hand needs a different lapse to show up: a minute, an hour and twelve hours.
Some ten years later, Jussi has spotted a perfect medium to make her application more tangible, the iPad 2. It has a camera and a reasonably large screen. It has become Last Clock App (iTunes € 2,99). This is the result of our iPad recording while we were watching television yesterday.
Moreover, the app allow one user to display his or her camera’s result on another user’s iPad. If this was developed for computers it would make a lovely screen saver.
From the bazaar next door: Creative applications.In English thanks to Comunica34