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Build an Internet Digital Clock
Nuts & Volts Magazine (January 2019)

Build an Internet Digital Clock

By Theron Wierenga, Daniel Millison    View Digital Edition  


The advent of the ESP32 Wi-Fi development boards allows for an increase in the sophistication of a digital clock. It doesn’t take much imagination to envision a digital clock with a large LCD display to not only show the usual time, date, temperature, and humidity, but to also be able to retrieve things from the Internet like the weather or weather forecast, and stock market reports as well. This seven inch clock also automatically corrects for Daylight Savings Time.

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