"The time is displayed in a base 5 place value system. ... The first two rows use red lights to indicate the hour, with the top stripe having a glowing segment for five hours and the bottom one for one hour. The current hour results from the addition of the values. Accordingly, the minutes are displayed in yellow segments in increments of five and one in the two lower lines. The lights for 15, 30 and 45 minutes are red for better readability. There is a round flashing light above the lines, which is switched on or off every second." -translated Wiki
I wanted to make a (my first in private) PCB with the ws2812 2020 . I have chosen to redo one of my older projects: "Berlin-Uhr remastered". Back then i used a RTC and it drifted quite a bit after 6 Months.
The time provides a time-Server via NTP (Network Time Protocol). For that a WiFi & PW has to be set. Also i added 2 rows of indicators to show the exact second.
At the moment i hard-code it, but i am looking for a way including automatically started AP's, to login a new SSID & PW.