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This is just a small project I did because I was bored  :)

 

This is an analog clock that requires a minimal amount of hardware, but is probably not the most economical thing out there.

More information on my web-site: http://www.henningkarlsen.com/electronics/a_p_itdb02_analog_clock.php

/Henning

mowcius


Sorry, but I didn't think anyone would be interrested in watching a video of a clock  ;)

I'll see what I can do, but my camera is a piece of c**p when it comes to making videos of LCDs.

/Henning

designer2k2

interesting hardware  :)

and +1 for an video  8-)

PS: with FF on your website the code is not viewable, black text ond black background...
http://www.designer2k2.at

I assume that FF==Firefox...

The bug has been fixed  :o

I will try to make a quick video later today.

/Henning

I have put a short video on the website.

My camera really does not like LCDs so the quality is quite bad, but it was the best I could manage.

[media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=etp7DuDwPTE[/media]

/Henning


designer2k2

yes, thats nice  :)

does the lcd need the mega? if it would run on a duemilanove or uno that could be a cheap but realy decent clock!  8-)

d2k2
http://www.designer2k2.at

mowcius

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does the lcd need the mega?

No but I'm not sure if there is a duemilanove/uno shield for it.

Mowcius

The LCDs does not require a Mega. The main reason this project requires a Mega is that the Mega shield also has an onbpard DS1307  :)

The 3.2" LCD modules use 16bit communications, so if you want to use the touchscreen as well you will need more pins than the 2009/UNO has.

You can use the 2.4" module (8bit) with its touchscreen on a 2009/UNO with this shield: http://iteadstudio.com/store/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=18&products_id=149

/Henning

designer2k2

thanks for the info  [smiley=dankk2.gif]
http://www.designer2k2.at

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