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ONE Nixie Clock - IoT Voice Controlled - Based on Arduino

A project in Brzeg, Poland by Marcin Saj

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Can be controlled via Arduino IoT Cloud or Amazon Alexa. Interchangeable nixie tube sockets support dozens of different nixie tubes.
Backers: 31
Average Pledge Per Backer: €117

Funded: €3,624 of €2,000
Dates: Nov 29th -> Dec 26th (28 days)
Project By: Marcin Saj
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December 26th - via:
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December 1st - via:
Thank you to everyone for support! If you have any questions, I will be happy to answer them. In the next updates I will tell you more about connecting the clock to the Arduino IoT Cloud.  (Read More)

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