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ClockTHREE is a Open Source Hardware clock, that is Arduino compatible. It helps you explore time though color and language!
Created by

Justin Shaw

25 backers pledged $3,656 to help bring this project to life.

Things are really cooking now.

The ClockTHREE boards are off to the printers!
The breakout boards (rtcBOB and rowBOB) should arrive back this week along with thier parts.

The software is talking its final shape. I've modified Time.h and really did a complete rework of the AlarmTime library to support multiple persistent calendar events. Also, in support of this, I've written a very handy EEPROM library I call "EEPROM DATA LIBRARY" or EDL. This acts like a tiny disk drive to store the calendar events and strings like "HAPPY NEW YEAR!". Don't worry. When you unplug your clock or lose power, all of your events will be there when power is restored.

Here is what we have left to do.
Finalize the enclosure design (baffle, front and rear covers, faceplate and hardware seen below)
Fabricate the enclosure.
ClockTHREE initial software release.
Finally --- Assemble kits and clocks!

Enjoy Anool's masterful design work on the enclosure sandwich!

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