QlockTwo remake

QlockTwo remake

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MAKE subscriber Dan Wagoner points out this well-executed remake of Biegert & Funk’s Qlock2 – a clock that displays the time in conversational sentence format. Flickr member Ruud Burger gives a quick rundown of his project –

Remake of the QlockTwo by Biegert & Funk.
Using an Arduino Mega Clone + DCF77 module to get the time.
No buttons needed, just plugin and wait a minute or 2 and it will set the time for you.

This is my first project using an Arduino, or any electronics for that matter.

Code can be found at: sht.tl/GB, I never planned of releasing it, so don’t expect good code-comments etc.
EPS of the vinyl sticker can be found at: sht.tl/p0

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Definitely a nice addition to any modern home decor – I’m guessing an English-language remake can’t be far behind. Have a closer look at the QlockTwo Remake on Flickr

10 thoughts on “QlockTwo remake

  1. ifreecarve says:

    I made 2 versions of this: one in HTML that runs in your browser, and one in python that runs in a text console.

    http://tinylittlelife.org/?p=224

    1. John says:

      Would you be interested in making another one for sale?

  2. Anonymous says:

    I really really wanted to buy this clock as a present for my boyfriend–until I saw the price. How much would you charge for a remake of it? I’m very interested. Contact me at d.tellesdelima@gmail.com

  3. Anonymous says:

    I really really wanted to buy this clock as a present for my boyfriend–until I saw the price. How much would you charge for a remake of it? I’m very interested. Contact me at d.tellesdelima@gmail.com

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