Jan writes in with a free app for Dutchtronix AVR Oscilloscope Clock owners (I have one, it’s great). He writes –
This is an Open Source Application which allows you to use your Oscilloscope as a text based display device. The code is currently targetted for the Dutchtronix AVR Oscilloscope Clock hardware but could be easily ported to an alternate platform consisting of an AVR and some form of a DAC. The Scope Terminal displays 12 lines of 20 characters each. There is also a line showing the current time (it’s a clock hardware after all). Configuration is possible using a “Command Mode” where you can use a terminal (usually a PC) to set options (currently Time Change and Baudrate change are supported). This alternate application can be downloaded to the AVR Oscilloscope Clock using the built-in bootloader; no AVR programmer required. Full Source Code is available on the website.
AVR Scope terminal – Oscilloscope terminal! – Link.
Oscilloscope Clock. V3.0 firmware of the Dutchtronix AVR Oscilloscope Clock has been released. The clock has enhanced graphics and many new features like Date display and set, Roman Numerals Dial, 24 hr Dial, Binary Clock display, hexadecimal numeric time, fractional seconds display, Automatic Daylight Saving Time (US and EU) and GPS NMEA input: connect the clock to the serial port of GPS device and you’ll never have to set the time or day again. – Link & my build here.