July 16th, 2008

Arduino Based Binary Clock

Arduino Based Binary Clock

Daniel build this clock after having to chose from a watching a movie or working on a project. Obviously he and hi’s friend chose to make the clock so it wassn’t long until the LED’s started to light up. The clock code is based on the open-source-arduino-clock by Rob Faludi. Daniel made many changes, but the time counting the basically the same. So if you want to make another kind of clock, I suggest you to take a look on that code.

Arduino Based Binary Clock: [Link]

March 6th, 2008

POV watch with binary mode

POV watch with binary mode picture      POV watch with binary mode picture

Probably the most exiting feature is POV mode what means “Persistence-Of-Vision” – time is displayed when swiped in the air. POV mode uses only 5 LEDs aligned in a single row. Clock is made of PIC16LF628A microcontroller that controls super-bright LEDs. Watch is powered from 70mAh lithium-ion polymer battery that can be charged from USB via MAX1555 Li-ion charging IC.

POV watch with binary mode: [Via][Link]

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