Open-source Arduino Clock Project

There’s plenty of clock projects that use the open-source Arduino microcontroller platform, but to my knowledge, none of those projects are themselves officially open-source. So as a quick one-day project for 7 in 7, I started creating clock code that anyone can use and extend for their own projects, under the Creative Commons license. So far it’s simply code for tracking weekday and time in a cyclical pattern, along with some buttons to set the clock. There’s plenty of room for creative additions, and that’s just the point. Use the Open-source Arduino Clock code as a base to create something amazing!

3 Comments on “Open-source Arduino Clock Project

  1. Thanks – this looks very useful. I see that WordPress has converted the day counter reset to a smiley, I’m guessing it was 6;

  2. I stand corrected – I see it does still copy and paste correctly, as “eight space closing paren”.

  3. Glasshopper
    Jul 5th, 2009 at 12:37 am

    there is an error in the last paragraph due to the way this blog software shows the character..
    where it says:

    for (int i=0; i & lt numBlinks; i++) {

    it should be:
    for (int i=0; i<numBlinks; i++) {

    that should make it work