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GoDMD Clocks Available

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About 3 months ago, I made a goDMD wall clock.      The clock has been running without issue since then, I really like it and decided to make a few more.    As you are probably aware, the clock was designed/programmed by steve45.   For more info, see https://go-dmd.de/.  Below are some pics and video links of my clock.   This is a very basic frame that probably only works for wall hanging.    I have 3 of them that are close to completion.    If you are interested in one, send me a PM.      Just like pin2dmd, the clocks require activation with Steve at the listed website.

Features:

  • WiFi for clock configuration and time sync.
  • IR remote for menu navigation/configuration.
  • 8GB SD card for loading animations and activation key.
  • 12ft. white power cord(brown also available).

Here is a link to some short videos showing the operation of the clock and animations.

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1-BQrRJGZCSoQs3Bas7cUQUzCBOIHmsZP

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Latest version will support colorized animations

 

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That's very cool!    Where is this version?    I don't see any newer firmware on bintray.

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Coming soon. Are your clocks Nucleo or VET based ?

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To give a perspective of size, here is a pic of the clock compared to the standard size pin2DMD display.

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Be cool to used on top of the pinball and have the game trigger an animation
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Hey outhere, good to here from you.     That would be cool but I'm not aware of any way to do that with the go dmd VET6 board.    However I believe you could use the same frame and LCD panels to accomplish what you suggest using the pin2DMD shield/board set.    I could make some that way if there is enough interest.

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