This watch face is a circular adoption of the Berlin-Clock or set theory clock. It was developed by Dieter Binninger in the mid-seventies. Originally, it was standing at Kurfürstendamm in Berlin. A copy was installed at the Sparkasse building in the city center of Oldenburg. The time can be read by adding packages of 5- and 1-hours and minutes, respectively (see image). Reading starts at the top and goes clockwise. Since I converted the bars to arcs, I call it cyclic Binninger watch, short CyBy-Watch. A red dotted circle indicates the battery power left. This center circle tuns green while charging. In addition, the middle ring can be customised to show battery charge, step goal, floor goal, active minutes goal or, step goal (left) and battery charge (right). If connected via bluetooth, the center round second "lamp" will be blue instead of yellow. </p>
1.4.2</p><p>- added support in accompanying settings via Phone to turn off look-at-watch gesture</p><p></p><p>1.4.1</p><p>- added new watches</p><p></p><p>1.4.0</p><p>- it is now possible to have either the date or the data in the foreground</p><p>- green was missing, now there is green :-)</p><p></p><p>1.3.5</p><p>- added language support for german, spanish and french</p><p></p><p>1.3.4</p><p>- added support for even more watches</p>
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