Arduino Decimal Clock

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Synopsis

This project is a modern revival of an old revolutionary idea. It started as a clock representing the Metric Time with kiloseconds but was forked to Decimal Time displayed as centidays.

The present source code is aimed at an Arduino platform using HT1632C chips to drive three 16x24 LED matrix panels from Adafruit. A custom 12x16 font is also provided.

Installation

$ git clone --recursive git://github.com/vinc/arduino-decimal-clock.git
$ cd arduino-decimal-clock
$ rake

License

Copyright © 2012-2013 Vincent Ollivier. Released under GNU GPL License v3.