Arduino Nano 32x8 LED matrix displaying date, time, temperature and humidity with a motion sensor.
Project showcase by ericBcreator
A digital clock using minimum components.
Project showcase by garysat
A very useful project, made to monitor system resources without opening Task Manager.
Project showcase by thesahilsaluja
Weather forecast clock made from a Nano, a salvaged alarm, a BME280 sensor, a DS1307 RTC, an old cell phone battery, and Nokia 5110 screen.
Project showcase by LenkaDesign
A clock with a real rotating moon.
Project showcase by Sephen de Vos
Pi-based dashboard for a business. An Arduino controller allows switching dashboards and disabling the screen saver when actively viewed.
Project showcase by Colin O'Dell
This project is about a stopwatch including the feature of lap time counter and controlled by Arduino (Nano or Uno).
Project showcase by LAGSILVA
An analog/digital clock using Arduino Nano, DS1307 & Nokia 5110.
I love swimming, but I tend to lose count of the laps, so I made this lap counter with an Arduino.
Project showcase by Ruben Zilzer
Self made numbers for Arduino Clock with OLED display 128x64.
Project showcase by Dirk
This remote controlled scoreboard not only keeps score, but also includes a customizable soundboard.
Project showcase by Scott Clandinin
People can see from outside my office when I'm on a video call or in a conference - or even on vacation.
Project showcase by kayaking_t
ElBanquos Kitchen Timer - having 4 channels to keep track of multiple countdowns during food preparation. Easy to operate with 2 fingers.
Project showcase by ElBanquo
A word clock with two interchangeable 8x8 face designs, an RGB LED matrix, laser cut bamboo dovetailed enclosure and mirror acrylic faces.
Project showcase by Mark Wilson
A word clock using an OLED display.
Using Dot Matrix and Bluetooth to make a scrolling display.
Project showcase by taha_vs
Control a 16x2 LCD, including contrast and backlight in code, using a shift register. Includes library with fade and backlight functions.
Project showcase by Mike Kowalski
An Arduino based word clock that tells the day of the week, the month, day and year and the time to the minute in words.
A minimal parts, cheap to-the-minute word clock using a .91 inch 128 X 32 OLED display.
Designed for easy usage and soft radio music wake-ups. Shows time in a "relaxed manner," readable for shortsighted..
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