The Open Clock Project is…
- An intuitive, adaptive, and delightful touchscreen alarm clock.
- Easy to see with uncorrected vision, and easy to set with confidence, even when tired.
- An open hardware work-in-progress.
- Powered by Arduino, curiosity, and ignorance.
This is a journal of the design and prototyping process, starting with a February 2012 rant about what I dislike about every alarm clock I’ve met. I didn’t know much about electronics, but that hasn’t stopped me yet!
My discoveries are recorded here, for the benefit of present and future Citizens of the Makerverse.
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