Doomsday clock Arduino shield

Posted on Monday, April 8th, 2013 in project logs by DP


Tully shared his Doomsday clock Arduino shield in the project log forum:

Here I would like to log new innovations that can be done using the Doomsday Clock Arduino Shield.

A recent innovation completed by Devin Sean McCullough, is a web-based graphical user interface that will write the code for you. This one is really fun you should take a look.

Information to use it is at

Check out the video after the break.

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One Response to “Doomsday clock Arduino shield”

  1. Ramya Rao says:

    Great job ! What are the changes should i make in the code to do a digital clock containing 6 seven seven segment led’s among that 2 of them are dedicated for displaying hour ,next to for minutes and last two of them for seconds . And even after resetting an arduino it should not reset ?? Pls do help me asap

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