This is a simple Desk Clock made from five 8x8 LED matrices and an Arduino Nano / Pro Mini. This clock uses a DS3231 RTC IC, which is not only quite accurate, but does also provide a temperature reading (which isn't as accurate but good enough).
Mini LED Clock - Nick's LED Projects
The Equinox Clock is an Arduino-based creation that lets you tell the time with a rainbow-hued ring of LEDs illuminating your wall. Very nice implementation of the “Dual RG matrix shield” of WiseDuino‘s IllyClock. Now you can edit a scrolling text to diaply longer statements. Code ready. ++ via [WiseDuino] Categories: Clocks Coding
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Simple Dot Matrix Clock Using Node MCU: This describes the build of a simple clock to display hours and minutes on a dot matrix display made up of four 8 x 8 modules. The processor is a generic Arduino-compatible NodeMCU board based on the ESP8266 chip to give it integrated wi-fi capabi. . .
Digit LED Dot Matrix Clock Arduino - picmicrolabcom
The Matrix clock is a single board, highly compact, Arduino compatible clock that displays the time on an LED matrix display. The display and rich firmware library allow for animated transitions between minutes.
GitHub - leonardosposina/arduino-led-dot-matrix-clock: A
Here is another digital clock design based on Arduino. This time it uses 4-Digit LED Dot Matrix module to show the time. Similar design with LCD display is available here. The Dot Matrix module consists of four MAX7219 chips connected in serial and 88 Dot Matrix Displays.
Arduino 32x8 LED Matrix Info Display - Hacksterio
The Matrix clock is a single board, highly compact, Arduino compatible clock that displays the time and animations on an LED matrix. Project Owner Contributor Matrix Clock V1. 0
n1 Dot Matrix Led Module 32x8 pixel MAX7219 to Arduino
Berikut adalah Wiring standar dari Module 4in1 Dot Matrix ke Arduino 4in1 Matrix Digital Clock with 8 digits 7 Segment Module (with. . . 8 digits 7 Segment Display with MAX7219 to Arduino. . .
Led Matrix Arduino Clock: 3 Steps (with Pictures)
The Arduino is connected to the RTC through I2C (ports A4, A5 on Arduino). The matrix are daisy-chained, so it only require 3 wires (D10, D11 and D12). A LM7805 gets between 7,5 V to 12 v on one side and delivers 5 V on the other.