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From the Adafruit Forums: Doctor Who MONOCHRON Clock

Adafruit Forums user DanSlage posted this awesome update for his MONOCHRON Clock.

I am working on a Doctor Who inspired clock for the MonoChron.

The TARTIS travels through an wiggly wormhole. Pressing a button or switch (except “Menu”) will cause the TARTIS to dematerialize and rematerialize a moment later in a random spot. My daughter plans on using this as her primary alarm clock once I figure out how to replace the alarm siren with the Doctor Who theme song.

Read more in the forums.

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1 Comment

  1. The correct spelling of the name is TARDIS.

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