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DIY Back to the Future Time Clock is Pretty Heavy

by Lambert Varias

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.

back to the future time circuit clock by adafruit industries

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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