This is a clock rendered in 3D. The file 'myclock.m' is code for a rendering generic 3D image made up of the basic objects: hands, shafts, and gears. It wouldn't necessarily have to be a gear train driven clock. The file 'clockFeatures.m' defines all the data required to create my clock. Eventually I would like to have my 3D data read from an xml file instead of from an m-file. There is placeholder code in myclock.m for this future functionality.
Michael Agostini (2020). 3d Clock with geartrain (https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/9671-3d-clock-with-geartrain), MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .
I like this :)
Provides hours, minutes and seconds of amusement... Well thought out and executed code with plenty of explanations throughout, although sometimes a bit too much whitespace for my taste. The only thing it is missing is the pendulum and escapement!
good for the gears
Such a beautiful, cute 3D model
Very Very Very Nice
gr8 .... work... keep it up...
Gears all to ratio and functional. Nice work.
Beautiful but useless
Good Work Yar.........its cool
Very nice. It gave me insights to creating complex objects using SURF (as opposed to PATCH), thus speeding up the animation updates. I was able to get it to work on R13 with minor modifications.
The *.exe and *.ctf files are for stand alone execution. You don't need them to run the application in MATLAB. Stand alone execution requires that you have the MATLAB Component Runtime (MCR) installed, too.
What are the .exe and .ctf files for? It works fine without them.
Removed *.ctf and *.exe files.