This project is about an Arduino running a digital clock, a stopwatch, and a timer simultaneously!
This is how to make your own LCD timer, just with an Arduino, a LCD screen and some hook-up wires.
This solar powering unit is a time-switching, battery-powered, solar-charged circuit for Arduino.
My first PCB design project was to create a wearable, soldering practice project in the form of Digilent's loveable Turbo.
All credit for original code/design go to NashBoss100. Small difference between this and the original. Remade to be easier to understand.
Particle Internet Button turned into Pomodoro Timer (any time interval!)
A one button interface for a "Hour" countdown timer that uses a 3 digit binary number to select times other than an hour.
Use an Arduino Nano to make a simple stopwatch!
This project will show you how you can control a stepper motor's speed and direction using the classic 555 timers.
Designed to be an easy-to-use device, it's a possible solution for parents with children spending too much time watching TV.
Small board - great value (for how a little Arduino Nano is improving our Toastmasters meetings).
Use an powerfull tool to model your Arduino project behavior, say goodbye to "delay" and let QP control events.
Wire up this simple internet-connected countdown timer to get notifications in your busy life.
Looking for more productivity, here is how to make a simple pomodoro timer prototype with LEDs and an LCD screen.
I recently got a Hackster logo badge PCB when attending an event. Here's a short tutorial on how to build it.
A couple of quick circuits that use the generic 555 IC... plus a horrible little synth :D
Here are 5 different projects using a 555 timer. Great for beginners!
Here I've made a playing time counter for these cartridges.
The Pomodoro technique is a time management method. The technique uses a timer (work for 25 minutes, rest for 5, and so on).
Two Photons were used to set up a timer which can be activated upon a press of a button.
3 more project incorporating a 555 timer. A follow up to my previous article "4 projects using a 555 timer"
It is a small handy 3 bit binary counter that counts up to 10 minutes. Did I mention it's water proof?
My RasPi device reminds me what's the time by making an announcement every 20 minutes.