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We'll build on the Simple RTC Watch to turn our O-Watch into a Mini Word Clock, which uses an 8 x 8 grid of letters to spell out the time.
The O-Watch Simple Watch code tweaked to use the Arduino Zero's built-in RTC, plus a couple other tweaks.
Learn how to measure the humidity and temperature on your O Watch.
Use the Leibniz algorithm to calculate the value of Pi.
3 Axis Compass Sensor O Watch Sensor Kit.
How to use the Barometric Pressure & Temperature Sensor (BMP280) on the O Watch.
Learn how you can add Flappy Birds game on your O Watch.
Inspired by Mike Mak's Eye Clock, now the O-Watch can show the time with two googly eyes: hours (left eye) and minutes (right eye).
We take the Simple RTC Watch one step further by using the TinyScreen graphics functions to draw a round analog watch face!
First attempt at extending O Watch sample code to include display of Temp (in C and F) and RH.
Basic program to add time and date functions to your O Watch.
Assemble the O Watch, configure the Arduino IDE and load your first program.
This is the Windows Device Driver installation applicable only for Windows 7/8. Windows 10 and Mac OSX automatically installs drivers.
This is a sliding tile game for the O Watch based on the simple and addicting game 2048 by Gabriele Cirulli.
A modified version of J Koger's Mini Word Clock for O-Watch, now with an animated digital rain effect.
This examples shows how to display images on the O Watch.