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GoT IoT device made with PyPortal and CircuitPython… (video).

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"""
This example will figure out the current local time using the internet, and
then draw out a countdown clock until an event occurs!
Once the event is happening, a new graphic is shown
"""
import time
import board
from adafruit_pyportal import PyPortal
from adafruit_bitmap_font import bitmap_font
from adafruit_display_text.text_area import TextArea
 
# The time of the thing!
EVENT_YEAR = 2019
EVENT_MONTH = 4
EVENT_DAY = 14
EVENT_HOUR = 22  # 10 pm
EVENT_MINUTE = 0
# we'll make a python-friendly structure
event_time = time.struct_time((EVENT_YEAR, EVENT_MONTH, EVENT_DAY,
                               EVENT_HOUR, EVENT_MINUTE, 0,  # we don't track seconds
                               -1, -1, False))  # we dont know day of week/year or DST
 
# determine the current working directory
# needed so we know where to find files
cwd = ("/"+__file__).rsplit('/', 1)[0]
# Initialize the pyportal object and let us know what data to fetch and where
# to display it
pyportal = PyPortal(status_neopixel=board.NEOPIXEL,
                    default_bg=cwd+"/countdown_background.bmp")
 
big_font = bitmap_font.load_font(cwd+"/fonts/Trajan-Bold-24.bdf")
big_font.load_glyphs(b'0123456789 DaysHourMinute') # pre-load glyphs for fast printing
event_background = cwd+"/countdown_event.bmp"
 
pyportal.play_file(cwd+"/Coin.wav")
 
days_position = (10, 175)
hours_position = (10, 210)
minutes_position = (10, 245)
text_color = 0x808080
 
text_areas = []
for pos in (days_position, hours_position, minutes_position):
    textarea = TextArea(big_font, width=20)
    textarea.x = pos[0]
    textarea.y = pos[1]
    textarea.color = text_color
    pyportal.splash.append(textarea)
    text_areas.append(textarea)
refresh_time = None
 
while True:
    # only query the online time once per hour (and on first run)
    if (not refresh_time) or (time.monotonic() - refresh_time) > 3600:
        try:
            print("Getting time from internet!")
            pyportal.get_local_time()
            refresh_time = time.monotonic()
        except RuntimeError as e:
            print("Some error occured, retrying! -", e)
            continue
 
    now = time.localtime()
    print("Current time:", now)
    remaining = time.mktime(event_time) - time.mktime(now)
    print("Time remaining (s):", remaining)
    if remaining < 0:
        # oh, its event time!
        pyportal.set_background(event_background)
        while True:  # that's all folks
            pass
    secs_remaining = remaining % 60
    remaining //= 60
    mins_remaining = remaining % 60
    remaining //= 60
    hours_remaining = remaining % 24
    remaining //= 24
    days_remaining = remaining
    print("%d days, %d hours, %d minutes and %s seconds" %
          (days_remaining, hours_remaining, mins_remaining, secs_remaining))
    text_areas[0].text = '{:>2} Days'.format(days_remaining)  # set days textarea
    text_areas[1].text = '{:>2} Hours'.format(hours_remaining) # set hours textarea
    text_areas[2].text = '{:>2} Minutes'.format(mins_remaining)  # set minutes textarea
 
    # update every 10 seconds
    time.sleep(10)


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