Arduino Pro Trinket - bubble display

A project log for LED displays on Arduinos - a collection

for building clocks and bring them anywhere you want, even integrated a temperature sensor, if you're into that kind of stuff

davedarkodavedarko 09/17/2015 at 09:320 Comments

With 4 of HP QDSP-6064 bubble displays in a drawer I felt ready to do something with them and the "Clocks for Social Good" - call on finally got me going. It took me 2 hours to design this little shield, nice practice! It also costs me only about 5USD, since I have all the other parts around. Sorry for mixing 1206 and 0603 parts, but that was what I had - feel free to change it, if you want to use this.

Since this project was created around the whole "Ahmed takes a clock apart, brings it to school and get's arrested" - incident, there's the obligatory hashtag for that period of time on it.

Revision Notes

[UPDATE - 1] And of course, I forgot to connect the IIC lines from the LM75 to the arduino. It is now fixed in the github files.

[UPDATE - 2] you didn't actually think I took the right pins on the pro trinket for that, did you? it's now connected to A4 and A5, not A6 and A7 - sorry for that.