No matter which development platform you're using, making weird and wonderful clocks is always fun and a neat challenge. One example of this has been documented by Martin Harizanov with his "Pong" clock. For those of a younger age, Pong was the first popular video game which simulated the playing of a tennis-like game with one or two players. Martin's clock displays random examples of Pong gameplay whilst showing the time at the top of the screen, for example:
The code is written in python and you don't need an external RTC IC. Overall it's a neat project, so visit Martin's website for the code and information. And for more, we're on twitter and Google+, so follow us for news and product updates as well.
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