11/17/2017 at 18:54 •
Today i have tested the clock from mqtt and node-red
sets full power, value from 0 to 100.
sets bright green color (RRGGBB)
switches mode so the selected color is shown
switches back to normal clock display
Doorbell has gotten a golden color for a minute.
Bright red is reserved for the day when i get the fire alarm conected
and at the moment a message via Telegram app to my house bot will light the clock green. That is only for test, maybe it will become useful for something. The telegram bot was already set up to sen me a picture from outdoor surveillance cam when somebody is ringing the doorbell.
11/15/2017 at 20:54 •
The clock is finished and hanging on our wall. it is fascinating looking at it and see time fly in a ever changing rainbow light show.
This hackaday io project is to document it and enable others to make their own.
at the moment it shows time in a very nice and easy readable form. It is connected to my Node-red setup and dims together with the light in the room.
there is more to do to use it as a status display.
the documentation is not finished, but hang on, more details is comming.