A table clock project for the Classical Fiat 500.
Read more for more photos and renders, circuit schematics and all necessary information to build this clock for your table.Read More Pages: 1 2 3 4
Well, buckle up folks, because we’ve got a real speed demon of an idea here. Our website owner made a digital clock in the shape of a classic car dashboard. Yes, you heard that right. A clock that looks like it belongs in a vintage fiat 126, but with a digital twist.
Now, I know what you’re thinking. “Why on earth would someone want a clock that looks like a car dashboard? Isn’t that just a bit ridiculous?” Well, dear website visitors, I’m here to tell you that ridiculous is just another word for awesome. And this clock is awesome.
Just imagine it: a sleek digital clock nestled into the dashboard of a classic car. It’s like something out of a futuristic sci-fi movie, only it’s actually real. And the best part? You won’t even have to rev the engine to see what time it is.
But this isn’t just any old digital clock. Oh no, this is a clock with style. With a dashboard design, you’ll feel like you’re behind the wheel of a vintage muscle car, even if you’re just sitting at your desk. It’s like having your own little time machine, but without all the messy time travel paradoxes.
So, if you’re a fan of classic cars, or just really into unique clocks for some reason, you’re in for a real treat. Check out our website owner’s dashboard clock and be transported to a world of automotive cool. Who knows, maybe one day he’ll make a clock that looks like a spaceship dashboard, or a pirate ship’s steering wheel, or whatever other wacky idea they can come up with. But for now, let’s just enjoy this ride and watch time fly by in style.
Read more for more photos and renders, circuit schematics and all necessary information to build this clock for your table.Read More Pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
This is a design for use as a table or a in-vehicle clock. It utilizes a DS 1307 real time clock chip and powered by a pic 12F683 microcontroller. The power can be supplied via a standard USB cable.
Read more for more informatin, renderings, step by step assembly photos, STL files for 3d printing as well as source C codes for the microcontroller. Have fun building it.Read More Pages: 1 2 3 4 5
This is a 3d printable design which can house different electronic circuit boards. In its standard size it can house a 70mm x 100mm PCB.
Top and bottom halves of the boxes are identical. There is only one STL file for the box and it can be used both as the bottom or the top halve. There are many vents and holes to cool the interior electronics. There is also a simpler version without the holes & vents.Read More Pages: 1 2 3 4 5
This is a new clock design which I’ve been working on for several days. It uses our multi-clock electronic circuit & hardware. The case is a completely new design from scratch. Can be printed by a rapid prototype machine. Comprised of 5 parts, front and rear body, 3 buttons and a rear lid for programmer slot. This product is the first one with this feature that enables firmware updates through this lid. Just open the lid, insert the programming socket and upload new firmware. No tools, no unscrewing necessary. Read on for downloading the necessary files. You can click this, this or this for our older clock designs.
This is a design for a table clock which uses the steampunk clock hardware & firmware.
Read more to download the STL, PCB and HEX files for design. Pretty much everything to build this product.
I’ve designed a complete new hardware & software for the bicycle comp that I’ve published some months ago. This one has a 128X64 monochrome graphics screen instead of the 16×2 character display of the former one.
this has got real time clock as well as the temperature sensor like the old one. But all data can either be shown fully digital or two different analog display modes.Read More
This is a bicycle computer product with 16×2 LCD screen, real time clock, temperature sensor, light sensor, total & trip distance measurement, even a knight rider led display that changes its swing speed according to the bike’s speed. A very fun project.
This is a timing device which I’ve made for a symposium in our university.
You adjust the time in the splash screen then press and hold SAY (Count) and it counts up to the adjusted time.
The timer will announce the last minutes of the time by led effects and speech.
Read more for the circuit schematic, source code and the proteus simulation fileRead More Pages: 1 2 3 4 5