Monday, December 20, 2010


After I modified my ChristmasSpot to display a longer lightshow on christmas, I decided to develop another little LED gimmick with the SPOT. I built a binary SPOTClock. The video has really bad quality because the monitor and the LEDs kind of dazzled the camera. A SunSPOT has an array of eight LEDs. This array is perfect to display a number up to eight bit which is a range of 0-255. The array is read from right to left. So from the least significant bit to the most significant bit. The blue color symbolizes the current hour, green for minutes and red for seconds. I can change the display mode with the onboard switches.

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