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A tweeting Cuckoo clock [Project]
posted December 5 2013 13:32.21 by spic0m




Johannes Hoffmann is an interaction and graphic designer sharing with us his hand-made Tweety Clock.

"Arduino is checking if there are new tweets from a specific Twitter-Account. If so, the "bird servo" starts to rotate and the bird-door opens. Then the two "sound servos" brings the Cuckoo Clock flutes to sing and the bird nod with his head. Simultaneously, the thermal printer prints all new tweets."




[Link: Johannes Hoffmann]
 
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