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  • oldegrieze commented on N.fletch's instructable ChronosMEGA; a wrist watch10 months ago
    ChronosMEGA; a wrist watch

    Good job!! Nice watch!I am not familiar with electronics, but I can see, there are lots of possibilities, like this project and other wrist watch projects. For me this watch is not that good readable. I would like a concept next to real watches. Those thoughts made me design one in Excel. It is running to. If you like it, I can send you the Excel with the VBA code. Look at the pictures. The white leds tells you in wich block of ten minutes, the green/red leds represent the hours(the red one is the actual hour) en the orange leds the 0 to 9 minutes. The time under the picture is added to explain the time on the picture, it is not part of the watch.I also made a design for a 7x7 led matrix. see the last picture.Maybe this inspires you (or others) to build another watch and publish it in t...see more »Good job!! Nice watch!I am not familiar with electronics, but I can see, there are lots of possibilities, like this project and other wrist watch projects. For me this watch is not that good readable. I would like a concept next to real watches. Those thoughts made me design one in Excel. It is running to. If you like it, I can send you the Excel with the VBA code. Look at the pictures. The white leds tells you in wich block of ten minutes, the green/red leds represent the hours(the red one is the actual hour) en the orange leds the 0 to 9 minutes. The time under the picture is added to explain the time on the picture, it is not part of the watch.I also made a design for a 7x7 led matrix. see the last picture.Maybe this inspires you (or others) to build another watch and publish it in the instructables.....

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  • oldegrieze commented on frank26080115's instructable LED Pocket Watch10 months ago
    LED Pocket Watch

    A 7x7 matrix would be nice also, maybe even better.........

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  • oldegrieze commented on EmmaSong's instructable 8*8 LED Dot Matrix Clock10 months ago
    8*8 LED Dot Matrix Clock

    A 7x7 matrix would also be nice, maybe better..........

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  • oldegrieze commented on carjo3000's instructable Arduino LED Watch10 months ago
    Arduino LED Watch

    A 7x7 matrix would also be nice, maybe better.........

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  • KeyChainino - the First Game KeyChain Programmable With Arduino

    How to read:The green dots are bi-color leds (green/red)They represent the hours in a square.The top row represents 11, 12 and 1 o'clock, the most right column 2, 3 and 4 o'clockThe bottom row from right to left 5, 6 and 7 o'clock and the most left column from down to up 8, 9 and 10 o'clockThe actual hour is red coloured, the rest stays greenThe corner dots are white ledsThe represent the 10 minute blocksNone of them active means that it is between 00 en 10 minutes pastWhen the upper left corner is active, it tells you that it is from 10 to 19 minutes pastWhen the upper right corner is active, it tells you that it is from 20 to 29 minutes pastWhen the lower left corner is active, it tells you that it is from 30 to 39 minutes pastWhen the lower right corner is active, it tells you that i...see more »How to read:The green dots are bi-color leds (green/red)They represent the hours in a square.The top row represents 11, 12 and 1 o'clock, the most right column 2, 3 and 4 o'clockThe bottom row from right to left 5, 6 and 7 o'clock and the most left column from down to up 8, 9 and 10 o'clockThe actual hour is red coloured, the rest stays greenThe corner dots are white ledsThe represent the 10 minute blocksNone of them active means that it is between 00 en 10 minutes pastWhen the upper left corner is active, it tells you that it is from 10 to 19 minutes pastWhen the upper right corner is active, it tells you that it is from 20 to 29 minutes pastWhen the lower left corner is active, it tells you that it is from 30 to 39 minutes pastWhen the lower right corner is active, it tells you that it is from 40 to 49 minutes pastWhen all corners are lit, it tells you that it is from 50 to 59 minutes pastThe middle section of dots are orange ledsThey represent the additional minutes from 0 to 9 in a die formatSee the example picturesI have put the time under the matrices, but they are not part of the clockIf you manage to make such a clock I would like th have one.....greetings Marcel Maatman (the Netherlands)

    A 7x7 matrix is also nice, maybe better.............

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  • oldegrieze commented on frank26080115's instructable LED Pocket Watch10 months ago
    LED Pocket Watch

    pictures lost in the earlier messag...... So here again

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  • KeyChainino - the First Game KeyChain Programmable With Arduino

    Like!!How about a 5x5 clock?I'm not familair with electronics, but i designed a working 5x5 clock in excel, see the pictures.I have the VBA code, i can send it to you.The time under the matrix is not part of the clock, it is added to make clear what time the clock representsGreetingsMarcel Maatman (the Netherlands)

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  • oldegrieze commented on carjo3000's instructable Arduino LED Watch11 months ago
    Arduino LED Watch

    I like your led watch very much.I was inspired to see, if there is a smaller solution.I am not familiar with electronics, but I can use Excel quite well.I designed a 5x5 clock in excel, look at the 1st picture.And I managed to get it working to. So if you like to see it live working, I will send you the excelHow to read:The green dots are bi-color leds (green/red)They represent the hours in a square.The top row represents 11, 12 and 1 o'clock, the most right column 2, 3 and 4 o'clockThe bottom row from right to left 5, 6 and 7 o'clock and the most left column from down to up 8, 9 and 10 o'clockThe actual hour is red coloured, the rest stays greenThe corner dots are white ledsThe represent the 10 minute blocksNone of them active means that it is between 00 en 10 minutes pastWhen the uppe...see more »I like your led watch very much.I was inspired to see, if there is a smaller solution.I am not familiar with electronics, but I can use Excel quite well.I designed a 5x5 clock in excel, look at the 1st picture.And I managed to get it working to. So if you like to see it live working, I will send you the excelHow to read:The green dots are bi-color leds (green/red)They represent the hours in a square.The top row represents 11, 12 and 1 o'clock, the most right column 2, 3 and 4 o'clockThe bottom row from right to left 5, 6 and 7 o'clock and the most left column from down to up 8, 9 and 10 o'clockThe actual hour is red coloured, the rest stays greenThe corner dots are white ledsThe represent the 10 minute blocksNone of them active means that it is between 00 en 10 minutes pastWhen the upper left corner is active, it tells you that it is from 10 to 19 minutes pastWhen the upper right corner is active, it tells you that it is from 20 to 29 minutes pastWhen the lower left corner is active, it tells you that it is from 30 to 39 minutes pastWhen the lower right corner is active, it tells you that it is from 40 to 49 minutes pastWhen all corners are lit, it tells you that it is from 50 to 59 minutes pastThe middle section of dots are orange ledsThey represent the additional minutes from 0 to 9 in a die formatSee the example picturesI have put the time under the matrices, but they are not part of the watchIf you manage to make such a watchI would like to have one.....;-)greetings Marcel Maatman (the Netherlands)

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  • oldegrieze commented on EmmaSong's instructable 8*8 LED Dot Matrix Clock11 months ago
    8*8 LED Dot Matrix Clock

    I like your 8x8 led dot matrix clock very much.I was inspired to see, if there is a smaller solution, so the clock could be a real wearable watch.When the leds are SMD's like the watch on http://www.instructables.com/id/Arduino-LED-Watch... it should be possible?I am not familiar with electronics, but I can use Excel quite well.I designed a 5x5 clock in excel, look at the 1st pictur.And I managed to get it working to. So if you like to see it live I will send you the excelHow to read:The green dots are bi-color leds (green/red)They represent the hours in a square.The top row represents 11, 12 and 1 o'clock, the most right column 2, 3 and 4 o'clockThe bottom row from right to left 5, 6 and 7 o'clock and the most left column from down to up 8, 9 and 10 o'clockThe actual hour is red colou...see more »I like your 8x8 led dot matrix clock very much.I was inspired to see, if there is a smaller solution, so the clock could be a real wearable watch.When the leds are SMD's like the watch on http://www.instructables.com/id/Arduino-LED-Watch... it should be possible?I am not familiar with electronics, but I can use Excel quite well.I designed a 5x5 clock in excel, look at the 1st pictur.And I managed to get it working to. So if you like to see it live I will send you the excelHow to read:The green dots are bi-color leds (green/red)They represent the hours in a square.The top row represents 11, 12 and 1 o'clock, the most right column 2, 3 and 4 o'clockThe bottom row from right to left 5, 6 and 7 o'clock and the most left column from down to up 8, 9 and 10 o'clockThe actual hour is red coloured, the rest stays greenThe corner dots are white ledsThe represent the 10 minute blocksNone of them active means that it is between 00 en 10 minutes pastWhen the upper left corner is active, it tells you that it is from 10 to 19 minutes pastWhen the upper right corner is active, it tells you that it is from 20 to 29 minutes pastWhen the lower left corner is active, it tells you that it is from 30 to 39 minutes pastWhen the lower right corner is active, it tells you that it is from 40 to 49 minutes pastWhen all corners are lit, it tells you that it is from 50 to 59 minutes pastThe middle section of dots are orange ledsThey represent the additional minutes from 0 to 9 in a die formatSee the example picturesI have put the time under the matrices, but they are not part of the clockIf you manage to make such a clock I would like th have one.....greetings Marcel Maatman (the Netherlands)

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