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Build an Analog Digital Clock with Microchip PIC

Build an Analog Digital Clock with Microchip PIC

There can never be too many clocks out there - we find the ability to tell the time in so many avante-garde fashions to be truly fascinating. Another excellent example of this has been demonstrated by Rob Best with this "Analog Digital" Clock.

The circumference of the clock face is filled with bicolor red/green LEDs, hours ar shown as red, minutes as green and seconds via a "walking" yellow (you activate both red and green in the LED). This is demonstrated in the following video:

To build your own version of this clock - review the project's Instructable page for all the details. 

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