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HDD clock with LCD Touchscreen controller
posted April 9 2010 12:08.50



Jason Amsel and Konstantin Klitenik made a clock from an old hard drive and also used an LCD touchscreen acting as display and controller for time setting. HDD clocks are not new but combined like this i think its the first time. In the page you can find complete documentation, schematics, scripts and video links showing the clock in action. Watching time never was more fun.

[Link: Cornell University]
Tags: hdd   clock   lcd   touch screen   computer peripheral hacks   
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