This atomic clock, located in the town square and transportation hub of Berlin known as the Alexanderplatz, is considered a <i>world clock</i> because it displays the precise time for major capitals around the world.
Atomic clocks operate by using the vibration of cesium or rubidium atoms to set very precise time, and are the standard in timekeeping as they are the most accurate clocks available.
Atomic clocks use the frequency of an atomic oscillator to measure the passage of time, and are the most accurate clocks in existence. This atomic clock showcases the time, the date, the day of the week, and the temperature.
Clocks are used throughout the world as a means of telling time. Atomic clocks in particular are trusted as the time-telling standard since they are the most accurate measurement available. This atomic clock shows both hands pointing to the twelve.
This clock guide features information and convenient links to wall clocks, atomic clocks, cuckoo clocks, grandfather clocks, alarm clocks, and wristwatches.
This rendering of a cuckoo clock shows that is it just past four o'clock. The pendulum swings and the hour is chimed with a 'cuckoo' sound. This cuckoo clock also has a man and woman who come out on the balcony and dance around on the hour.
The image of a rectangular clock appears on a wall comprising light blue tiles. The clock is white with black accents, numbers, and hands. The hands of the clock, which read 4:35, cast a shadow on the white face.
A simple clock, with black numbers and black hands, is pictured on a red wall. The clock is the only item pictured on the wall, and is photographed so the clock is slightly off center and positioned to the right.
An elegant clock is hung on an exterior brick wall. A church and snow-covered mountains in the background indicate that the photograph was taken during the winter in a small, mountainous village.
A silver wall clock with a white face and black hands is photographed on a bright green wall. The time reads 9:30. The clock is photographed slightly off center, so not all numbers are visible. A light reflects off the silver portion of the wall clock.
A wooden wall clock with a white face and black hands is photographed on a wood bead board wall. The clock reads 12:00. The simple clock, placed on the rustic wall, evokes a feeling of understated, uncluttered simplicity.