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QR clock

Posted on Wednesday, February 27th, 2013 in project logs by DP

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Markus shared his QR clock in the project log forum:

being inspired by ch00ftech’s QR clock  I made my own variation of this nice idea: A PIC32 decodes the time signal from a DCF77 receiver, calculates a QR code containing this time information, and displays it animated at 30 FPS on a ST7735R LCD. Without a radio signal the QR code is being displayed in b/w. A nice plasma effect is added when it locks to the DCF77 signal.

Check out the video after the break.

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One Response to “QR clock”

  1. dext0rb says:

    The trippy color effects were awesome and very unexpected. Sweeeeeeeeeeeeet.

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