Arduino-based clock projects are a staple in the maker and DIY community, and I’ve built a few ones myself. Such projects typically incorporate a real-time clock (RTC) module that keeps track of the time. However, once the battery on the RTC module runs flat, it forgets the previously set time. Another option involves adding a few push buttons to allow users to set the time. The Arduino itself keeps track of the time as long as it’s plugged into a power supply, and it forgets the settings once you disconnect it from the power source. This short article discusses a third option that allows you to make your clock projects much more user-friendly by automatically setting and adjusting the time when necessary.Continue reading How to get the current time from an NTP Server using an Arduino, ESP32, or ESP8266 [shorts #4]
Just a little off-topic article with video. I wanted to do this, since the game came out in 2008 and I’m currently working on a video that I want to release in 2018 ,as this article suggests, so I needed some recordings of me playing bowling in GTA IV and I thought to myself: “Why not try it now?”. So I tried it and here is the result. Enjoy!
I recently worked on a video that I plan to publish in 2018 and I had some shots left-over which are nice, but probably won’t make it into the final video. I decided to publish them in their own video (I also included some nice clips, that I actually want to include in the final video). Watch it here: