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October 24, 2016 AT 1:00 am

eDOT – Arduino Based Precision Clock and Weather Station #ArduinoMonday

EDOT Arduino based precision clock and weather station Hackster io

Work in progress from antiElectron on hackster.io:

eDOT is an Arduino based precision clock and weather station with built in IR remote receiver and automatic brightness adjustment.

The device has been designed to be easily expanded with additional hardware like WIFI module or other.

Thanks to its six 8×8 dot matrix LED display can be used to show many type of information coming either from internal sensor, custom scrolling messages or wireless from the internet (RSS, etc)

It has a very low power consumption, a simple and elegant design that combines glass front face and 3D printed parts for the body.

The project is currently under development and I will be updated

Read more on hackster.io and Thingiverse


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