Many people write me asking if it would be possible to add/modify the clock color palettes or change the lamp mode display. Of course it is possible, it’s open source! OK but, what does it mean for a clock to be open source? Why would you care? The short answer is, being open source gives… Continue reading Hacking The Fibonacci Clock
UPDATE: The Fibonacci Clock is now live on Kickstarter! I have 30 days to fund this project … head up to Kickstarter to support me! I present to you the Fibonacci Clock, a clock for nerds with style. Beautiful and fun at the same time, the clock uses the famous Fibonacci sequence to display time… Continue reading Fibonacci Clock on Kickstarter
A big problem with my first version of the KidsClock was that despite my efforts to track time accurately, it was drifting a few minutes everyday. This is because the Arduino does not come with a built-in real time clock like full scale computers. To fix that problem I added a real time clock chip,… Continue reading Kids Clock V2.0
I integrated the Kids Clock into my kid’s last piece of “art” … I hope he will not mind having screw tips in it. The gadget works pretty good! Never woke up before time since he started using it!
Ok, that one is not rocket science but it realy realy worth the 20$ Arduino micro controller I used to make that kids clock. The idea here is to make sure my 4 years old kid will not wake up at 3:30AM because he has confused the small needle with big needle. The code is real… Continue reading Kids Clock