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Resources and Going Further

For more information, check out the resources below:

Need some inspiration for your next project? Check out some of these related tutorials tagged with time! Instead of a GPS module, try using a Real Time Clock (RTC) or grabbing the current time from the Internet. Or modify the code to display the time using addressable LEDs or an RGB matrix panel. Want to save your LCD or micro OLED from burn-in? Try adding code to turn off the display and wake it up using a distance sensor. Better yet, make an analog clock made out of LuMini LED Rings!

Adding a Timed Button to a Project

This tutorial will walk you through making a timed power controller for interactive projects. You will learn how to add an on button that will provide power to your project for an amount of time and then turn off again.

DeadOn RTC Breakout Hookup Guide

An introduction to the DS3234 real-time clock (RTC), example wiring diagrams, and an Arduino library!

Wireless Remote Weather Station with micro:bit

Monitor the weather without being exposed to it through wireless communication between two micro:bits using the radio blocks! This is useful if your weather station is installed in a location that is difficult to retrieve data from the OpenLog. We will also explore a few different ways to send and receive data.

How to Make a Magic Mirror with Raspberry Pi

Need a great project for your Raspberry Pi 4 kit? Use it to create a command center to display the weather, clock, your calendar, or even a news feed!

Looking for a challenge? Try making a 12" 7-segment GPS Wall Clock and some addressable LEDs:

Updated GPS Clock

Updated GPS Wall Clock in the SparkFun Emporium Based on the Old 12" GPS Wall Clock Tutorial

For more information on the updated GPS Clock in the SparkFun Emporium, check out the Big_GPS_Clock GitHub repo.