Build a powerful ESP32 Pacman Clock
There can never be too many clock projects, and this next version from instructables user TechKiwiGadgets shows what is possible with inexpensive powerful ESP32-based development boards and some imagination.
By using the ESP32 which not only has enough CPU speed and peripherals to drive a large colour LCD, along with control digital audio damples - this clock emulates the Pacman game in a manner that's quite frankly looking better that the original.
The circuitry is made easy thanks to a custom shield for the main ESP32 development board, and with some 3D printing and time you'll have an alarm clock to be proud of. Check out the operation in the following video:
For more information, visit the instructables web page, which also has details on purchasing a kit for your own use.