With little code, a chic watch can be created with an analog voltmeter
Use your Arduino Nano or Particle Photon board and build a binary Nixie clock with 18 x IN-2 Nixie tubes.
An alarm clock that is sure to wake you up for your big day as a college student. Made for the MEGR 3171 IOT Project
You'll never miss a class again with this state of the art alarm system.
IoT Group 17 - A pair of digital pace clocks for the UNC Charlotte Club Swimming Team.
1960's ИН-14 Soviet Nixie tubes meet new age IoT with an onboard temperature and humidity sensor. All powered by USB!
Someone laying around or not waking up? Disturb at a Distance gets them to get up and start moving!
An alarm clock that actually wakes you up.
A proper awaking is vital to a productive day. Wake-Up Call will help you achieve your goals.
Your search for a big bedside clock has an end.
Connect Grove LCD RGB Backlight to Particle using I2C to display time.
Use a Particle Photon, a BME280 sensor and a cheap LCD20x4 to start your own clock project.
Read the time at night? Without glasses? Impossible? Focus on 2 light points, which will tell you the hour and the minute.
A combination of 3 different clocks in one frame.
Your first clock with 4 components, based on Grove and TM1637.
Quickly build a wifi-enabled clock that keeps accurate time via the internet.
A sleep cycle alarm clock that senses motion, turns on the lights and alarm, and makes coffee!
Inspired by the Weasley Clock from Harry Potter, track your family using their phones' GPS! Create using limited programming knowledge.
An analog clock that uses hands to show the physical location of family members.
Build a transit display to get your bus and subway updates on Beam - a beautiful LED matrix.
A word clock resembling the Death Star. Edgelit acrylic and an RGB matrix provide for neat light effects. Good looking AND useful!
A Particle board that functions as an alarm clock and is integrated with the Mozilla FireFox OS. You can set the alarms through the mobile.
A whimsical weather clock powered by Particle and forecast.io
An improvement over v1 with lessons learned