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    RossM13
    RossM13

    4 years ago on Introduction

    Great job on the nice looking clock. Is the analog clock controlled by the arduino also? Is the analog clock synchronized somehow to the digital clock? If so, could you explain how you connected the arduino to the clock mechanism? Thanks!

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    ritzanab
    ritzanab

    6 years ago on Introduction

    hi great project! can you please make a list of all the materials needed and possibly a link to where I can buy them?

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    iek
    iek

    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    hi, im very interested in this HPDL1414 LED clock... is there any way for me to buy it now since the campagin on indiegogo has ended?
    pls email me directly at ycchan51@gmail.com

    many thanks

    cheers
    YC Chan

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    ritzanab
    ritzanab

    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    hi! I was wondering the same thing..I really would love to do this project over the summer! please let me know where I could find a kit..!

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    hnguyenec
    hnguyenec

    5 years ago on Step 7

    I want to have one. Can you make one for me pls ? Will pay for it

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    magiceye
    magiceye

    5 years ago on Step 1

    I recently found my first digital clock i had build in the 1970`s it was made on veroboard with 14 IC`1s with 4 x 7 segment display.

    I would love to built this (maybe with a talking clock)

    In live in London were time GMT /UTC) is were time begins and ends

    My hand built Digital Clock.jpg
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    legless
    legless

    Reply 5 years ago on Step 1

    Interesting you think that at UTC 0 that time starts there each day. Odd then that my day starts 10 hours before yours does and New Zealand is 2 hours ahead of that..

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    magiceye
    magiceye

    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    The Greenwich Meridian was chosen to be the Prime Meridian of the World in 1884. Forty-one delegates from 25 nations met in Washington DC for the International Meridian Conference. .

    The decision, essentially, was based on the argument that by naming Greenwich as Longitude 0º, it would inconvenience the least number of people. Therefore, the Prime Meridian at Greenwich became the centre of world time, and the starting point of each new day, year and millennium.

    http://www.rmg.co.uk/about/history/royal-observatory

    As you can see these are the facts.

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    jkjax143
    jkjax143

    6 years ago

    nice work

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    power000
    power000

    6 years ago on Introduction

    Tht is veerryy nice!

    Can you please tell me with program did you make the video?

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    dregalia
    dregalia

    6 years ago on Step 4

    Are you sure on the Sound Module? I can't find it anywhere.

    WDT588D

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    pawprintsq
    pawprintsq

    6 years ago

    very impressive can. I have one

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    jbreyes
    jbreyes

    6 years ago

    maybe u can post a video of it working. looks really nice.