Qwiic GPS Clock
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Resources and Going Further
For more information, check out the resources below:
- Project Repo - Project example code used in this tutorial
- Daylight Savings Time Example - Code snippet used for DST
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!
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