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Binary Clock [Project]
posted June 19 2014 13:58.15 by spic0m




This clock uses a minimalist design constructed in the shell of an old hard drive. A DS1307 Real Time Clock (RTC) module keeps accurate time while an ATMega328 (with Arduino bootloader) microcontroller determines which LEDs should be lit to display the current time in binary.

Complete worklog here.


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