Time is displayed as 6 columns of LEDs in the form HH:MM:SS
Thus, the included screenshot image would represent 03:49:27, because:
the first column is 00 binary = 0
the second column is 0011 binary = 3
the third column is 100 binary = 4
the fourth column is 1001 binary = 9
the fifth column is 010 binary = 2
and the sixth column is 0111 binary = 7
For another example, check out the help section of the downloaded file.
Use the menus to change the LED color, toggle between military (24-hour) and civilian (12-hour) time, and view the help notes. Shortcut keys work too.
>> binclock; % starts the clock with blue LEDs (default)
>> binclock([0 1 0]); % starts the clock with green LEDs
>> binclock(rand(1,3)); % starts the clock with random colored LEDs
· MATLAB Release: R2006b