This is a clock with its digits out of order. Within the apparent chaos is a beautiful order! Very easy to use including an alarm clock!
Project tutorial by LAGSILVA
Small size code and simple hardware.
Project tutorial by M.V.P.
Use only 3 digital pins on your Arduino to display characters on the single digit 7-segment display.
Project showcase by goarray
Randomly select from the 64 LED of an 8x8 matrix. Once a predetermined percent of the total have been selected, display the stats in colors.
Project tutorial by scott mangiacotti
This is a random number generator using 8x8 LED matrix and Arduino. It is adjustable from 1 to 60 and includes a timer play mode.
Integrate this easy-to-use DHT11 temperature and humidity sensor into your weather station, drone, weather balloon, or greenhouse.
Project tutorial by ejshea
Text Clock with Arduino that can display the time in two languages: English or Portuguese.
Add an LCD to your projects to display data acquired from sensors, display your own custom characters, or use it as a debugging tool.
A simple to build clock with many features.
Project tutorial by Mirko Pavleski
8x8 RGB LED matrix x 8 = 16x32 RGB LED matrix.
Project showcase by HeathenHacks
An analog-style BMP180 barometer.
An alarm clock with no physical buttons, just a remote control.
Project showcase by Robin The Tactician
In this tutorial, you will learn how to use and set up 2.4″ Touch LCD Shield for Arduino. Basic setup to a paint app!
Arduino Uno Touch Screen Piano
Project in progress by rom3
Display made of LED strip. Displays the number sent by SMS. Arduino Pro Mini + SIM800.
Would you like to train your reaction time in milliseconds? Now you can with a timer inspired by the F1 race start lights.
Why play with traditional dice... when you own an Arduino?!
Project tutorial by RoboCircuits
A simple to build LED matrix flip clock.
A simple clock using LED matrix and RTC to display the time, date and temperature.
One year ago I built a simple Arduino dice with my son. We have learned a lot in the meantime and it's time for an update...
Project tutorial by Thomas Angielsky
Nice looking wooden analog style clock with Arduino Nano and 1mA ammeters.
This clock uses the first 192 digits of Pi number to display the time in a 32 x 8 LED matrix in an original way.
Cheapest and easiest Nixie clock in the world, the ONE TUBE™. Open source is the way. ( or use, UNO-Pro Mini/Micro-ESP )
Project tutorial by WannaDuino
Another clock project with 1, 2" matrix display.
Project tutorial by Ingo Lohs
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