Passive watching of characters project

I have created a program that displays kanji characters in sequence.
It works in this fashion:
You got a list of characters. Let’s say “四”,“百”,“千”,“万”,“父”,“母”,“友”.
Then it will display in a factorial order:

四百
四百千
四百千万
so on…
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It has the idea of exposing yourself to characters passively, it means, without paying conscious attention to it.
I thought that just as passive listening audios in foreign languages may help you to learn them better, passive watching characters flowing on the screen may help.

What do you think about the idea?

Here I have made a simple program with a set of 991 japanese kanjis I found on the internet:

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It would be quite nice if it could display the common readings at the top too (or whatever you want to associate at first, perhaps increasing overtime).
It would be even nicer if you can set custom timing schedules too.

If you are using this to learn, it will be interesting how much progress you make in a month.

This is actually a very good idea.

Explain.

Explain.

I just making daily drills at wanikani.com casually.

overtime to :

On:「テン」
→ : 天

overtime to :

On:「テン」Kun: 「あま-、あめ、あまつ」
→ : 天

Duration per kanji character or/and quantity until

Additionally, perhaps a timing to restart particular blocks.
After 2 hours you could start again, perhaps instead of literally increasing the kanji count by 1, it could be iterated x number of times until it changes, by particular blocks.

For example

西東北南
西東北南
西東北南
西東北南
東北南手
東北南手
東北南手
東北南手
北南手右
北南手右
北南手右
北南手右

10 hours later
西東北南
西東北南
西東北南
西東北南
東北南手
東北南手

Just really customization options.