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10 interesting projects using Arduino boards

06 Aug 2015  | Cabe Atwell

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Numerical clocks can be found in all shapes and sizes—some with cat eyes and tails moving back and forth, some that require a team of workers to maintain (Big Ben) and those that sit on our nightstands. In an effort to do something different, Instructables user drj113 designed a Word Clock that spells out the time with the help of an Arduino Duemilanove—or not. His clock is actually designed to use either the Arduino board or an ATMega168 with the same image. The Arduino is plugged into a DIY PCB along with other circuitry that controls an LED-populated board, which in turn illuminates an etched PCB with the corresponding words that tell you what time it is.

Word Clock

Drj113's Word Clock uses words instead of numerals to show the time using either an Arduino or ATMega168. (Source: http://www.instructables.com/id/The-Word-Clock-Arduino-version/)


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