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IV3 Clock

A project in Cambridge, UK by Robin

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IV-3 Tube Clock, controllable from Arduino's and Rasberry Pi's
Backers: 124
Average Pledge Per Backer: £76

Funded: £9,465 of £1,000
Dates: Jun 16th -> Jul 21st (35 days)
Project By: Robin
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Latest News

CircuitPython testing

July 1st - via:
Hi, as I said in my last update I have been working on the CircuitPython library. I thought I would share with you some successful testing! Here's a video of the clock being controlled by an Adafruit ItsyBitsy M0. It's running a simple counter that... (Read More)

Working behind the scenes

June 29th - via:
Again a massive thank you to everyone who has backed so far. It's been really great to see :) Even though there is still quite a lot of time left I have been working busily to get everything ready. This includes soldering tubes for the assembled... (Read More)

An incredible first day!

June 17th - via:
I just wanted to say a massive thank you to everyone who has backed my project. It's really exciting to see how quickly we reached our target!  There is still a long way to go and I will be trying my best to make sure everything runs smoothly and on... (Read More)

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