Clock Design

Some of you might say; "But we already have UTC or the universal standard time." And you are right. However almost no one uses it on a daily basis making it yet another time zone.

What people do use daily are clocks. So hTime integrates the universal standard time into the modern clock and uses it in a new way.


hTime takes a regular 24-hour, 60-minute, 60-second clock and adds a "disc" of 24 global hours (universal standard time) on top of this clock face represented by 24 letters in the Latin alphabet. This disc then rotates according to your location!

Why the letters though?

It makes communicating time a lot easier. For example you don't confuse 6:30 UTC with 6:30 somewhere else. Saying P:30 makes it clear that this is a global time. In this way hTime keeps time reading constant for anyone anywhere making it a global clock!

Lets walk you through this in more detail

Let's suppose you are in London and your "local" time is 18:51. hTime will display the equivalent global time as "U:51".

Now if you somehow teleported to your favorite holiday destination, let’s say Thailand, your "local" time there would be 1:51. A bit late for some, a bit early for others 😄. However if you check your hTime clock, it will also show you that the "global" time is still "U:51"!

Notice the difference? The global hour disc rotated according to your location!

Now that you are more comfortable with the concept, lets see how can we use this new way of unifying time zones to schedule meetings and save you all that headache and time!