The O-Clock is a fun way to check the current time

Reading Time: 2 minutes Arduino Team — April 6th, 2022 After coming to the conclusion that the traditional analog clock just isn’t enough and the digital clock is too boring, Hans Andersson decided to make his own version that integrates both RGB LEDs and fiber optics to show the current time in a far more entertaining manner. Rather than moving a set…… Continue reading The O-Clock is a fun way to check the current time

This clock counts down to retirement

Reading Time: 2 minutes Arduino Team — January 14th, 2022 For most people, the idea of retiring is a very exciting thought. Finally, after decades of hard work, you can clock out for the last time and spend the rest of your life relaxing and enjoying your leisure years. RdRnr318’s coworker updates her whiteboard every day to countdown the…… Continue reading This clock counts down to retirement

Mars Clock

Reading Time: 4 minutes A sci-fi writer wanted to add some realism to his fiction. The result: a Raspberry Pi-based Martian timepiece. Rosie Hattersley clocks in from the latest issue of The MagPi Magazine. The Mars Clock project is adapted from code Phil wrote in JavaScript and a Windows environment for Raspberry Pi Ever since he first clapped eyes…… Continue reading Mars Clock

Retro Nixie tube lights get smart

Reading Time: 2 minutes Nixie tubes: these electronic devices, which can display numerals or other information using glow discharge, made their first appearance in 1955, and they remain popular today because of their cool, vintage aesthetic. Though lots of companies manufactured these items back in the day, the name ‘Nixie’ is said to derive from a Burroughs corporation’s device…… Continue reading Retro Nixie tube lights get smart

This clock really, really doesn’t want to tell you the time

Reading Time: 2 minutes What’s worse than a clock that doesn’t work? One that makes an “unbearably loud screeching noise” every minute of every day is a strong contender. That was the aural nightmare facing YouTuber Burke McCabe. But rather than just fix the problem, he decided, in true Raspberry Pi community fashion, to go one step further. Because…… Continue reading This clock really, really doesn’t want to tell you the time

Instaclock | The Magpi 92

Reading Time: 4 minutes Designed to celebrate a new home, Instaclock uses two Raspberry Pi computers to great visual effect. Rosie Hattersley introduces maker Riccardo Cereser’s eyecatching build in issue #92 of The MagPi, out now. There is nothing like a deadline to focus the mind! Copenhagen-based illustrator and UX designer Riccardo Cereser was about to move into a…… Continue reading Instaclock | The Magpi 92

This clock tells time on a photochromic display

Reading Time: 2 minutes This clock tells time on a photochromic display Arduino Team — July 16th, 2019 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…… Continue reading This clock tells time on a photochromic display

Build a Binary Clock with engineerish

Reading Time: 2 minutes Standard clocks with easily recognisable numbers are so last season. Who wants to save valuable seconds simply telling the time, when a series of LEDs and numerical notation can turn every time query into an adventure in mathematics? Build a Binary Clock with Raspberry Pi – And how to tell the time In this video…… Continue reading Build a Binary Clock with engineerish

This ‘Ghost Clock’ Hidden Under A Sheet In A Museum Looks Ordinary Only Until You Read The Sign Below

Reading Time: 3 minutes Wendell Castle is the father of art furniture, and his pieces are so masterfully crafted that you don’t know whether you should actually be using them or if they should be in a gallery somewhere. This clock, dubbed the ‘ghost clock,’ certainly belongs in the art category. Created in 1985, it is on display at…… Continue reading This ‘Ghost Clock’ Hidden Under A Sheet In A Museum Looks Ordinary Only Until You Read The Sign Below

Defusable Bomb Alarm Clock, better leave that Home!

Reading Time: < 1 minutes [mbYTPlayer url=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mKXOfAOmzvA” opacity=”.5″ quality=”medium” ratio=”auto” isinline=”false” showcontrols=”false” realfullscreen=”true” printurl=”true” autoplay=”true” mute=”true” loop=”true” addraster=”true” stopmovieonblur=”false” gaTrack=”false”] The Defusable Bomb Alarm Clock may be something you’d want to leave at home, but it’s still a fully-functional alarm clock with a beeping alarm, snooze alarm, etc. Once the red button is pushed, a countdown sequence begins, just like…… Continue reading Defusable Bomb Alarm Clock, better leave that Home!

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