# Anti Time Dilation Light Clock?

Is the clock shown in picture anti time dilation if its construction / design is correct
The position of four Mirrors A, B, C and D are shown in the light clock.
The observer in the clock at point A is Oc
A pulse of light takes 4 seconds to complete a path of ABCDA if fired at point A for all stationary...
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Is the clock shown in picture anti time dilation if its construction / design is correct

The position of four Mirrors A, B, C and D are shown in the light clock.

The observer in the clock at point A is Oc

A pulse of light takes 4 seconds to complete a path of ABCDA if fired at point A for all stationary observers.

Let the clock starts moving at high speed in space relative to another stationary observer “Os”.

Would the clocks of Oc and Os be synchronized relative to each other if Oc is moving relative to Os?

My question is short therefore assume all other necessary things if missing

The position of four Mirrors A, B, C and D are shown in the light clock.

The observer in the clock at point A is Oc

A pulse of light takes 4 seconds to complete a path of ABCDA if fired at point A for all stationary observers.

Let the clock starts moving at high speed in space relative to another stationary observer “Os”.

Would the clocks of Oc and Os be synchronized relative to each other if Oc is moving relative to Os?

My question is short therefore assume all other necessary things if missing

Update:
Distance AB=BC=CD=DA

Update 2:
As said assume things if necessary therefore scale of the dimensions of said clock (AB=BC=CD=DA) can be changed to a convenient level and similarly its orientation

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