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DIY Back to the Future Time Clock is Pretty Heavy

by Lambert Varias
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It won’t help you travel through time, but this DIY time circuit clock made by PhilB of Adafruit Industries will make your car much cooler. Especially if you happen to have a DeLorean DMC-12.

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PhilB used a Teensy microcontroller, a ChronoDot clock module and of course nine LED displays to make the clock. He encased the guts in laser-cut acrylic that was sprayed with faux hammered metal paint.

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Unfortunately PhilB or Adafruit Industries can’t sell the clock because of copyright issues. But if you’re good with electronics, head to Adafruit Industries’ blog to get the instructions.

[via The Verge]




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Comments (1):

  1. giendeirnflasoneuvn says:

    hahahaha wear it as bling, that’s hilarious. :))

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