This is an analog clock function that I wrote my first week on co-op at the Mathworks. This function uses the timer object to update the clock face ever .1 seconds. This also uses polygons instead of lines to generate the clock hands. The code is pretty straight forward and is a great excersize for any first timer MATLAB users.
I don't know how well this works "out of the box", but I hacked a bunch of the code out of the m-files and used it in some retinal image videos and it worked great.
I like this clock. It works well, has plenty of comments, and a nice display.
I would suggest putting it in the FEX->Utilities->Clock section rather than FEX->Gallery though...
Works very nicely!
With this (correct) release of scottsclock, I must revise my review upwards. Since its an "old" style clock, in deference to those old Timex watch ads, I tested it by running over the clock with a Simulink model of a Sherman tank. It takes a licking and keeps on ticking.
Perhaps the best description of this clock is "timeless".
did you look at what you uploaded? as of now, this submission is completely useless