Count Down to December 21, 2012 in Style

Disk Apocalypse is available as a Chrome Web App from the Chrome Web Store, or Dashboard Widget directly from Computer Generated Dreams.

Disk Clock takes the idea of clock and turns it inside-out by moving the faces instead of the hand. Disk Apocalypse reinterprets “end of the world” 13-baktun mesoamerican long count calendar with shown as interlocking faces moving against a steady hand.

Six interlocking disks show off the cyclical nature of the long count, and how the all the cycles are lining up for December 21, 2012.

1. Pictun (13 baktuns)
2. Baktun (20 katuns)
3. Katun (20 tuns)
4. Tun (18 uinals)
5. Uinal (20 kins)
6. Kin (a day)

Note: compare this to the Disk Long Count version, with 20 baktuns in the longest cycle.