This clock tells time on a photochromic display

With many LED projects—like clocks—you’ll want to use a diffuser to keep light somewhat even over a wide area. Diffusers, as their name implies, diffuse light, but what if one was to instead use it as the light source itself? This clever timepiece from Zaphunk does just that, employing an array of UV…

TinyGo on Arduino
A few weeks ago, we announced that Arduino now works with TinyGo, the popular compiler that brings the…
Vintage LED display prototype revived with Arduino
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1980s plotting device turned into a handheld whiteboard…
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Announcing Qt for MCUs
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CT on Ubuntu 18.02 AArch64
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Simulating a flip clock on an Arduino-driven LCD screen
Although flip clocks may be extremely interesting electromechanical devices, with rolling flaps to show…
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