Kaddu Klock OLED prototype

The Kaddu Klock project has been dormant for quite some time due to time constraints, but now something new is happening!

Introducing the breadboard prototype of an OLED version of the Kaddu Klock:

kaddu klock oled breadboard

 

Kaddu Klock Modular Design

The Kaddu Klock is modular by design, making expanding and development easier.

The main (required) modules are:

  • Display module
  • Core module
  • Power module

Other possible expansions could be

  • Real Time Clock (RTC) module
  • GPS module (for time and possibly zonal position)
  • Radio module (e.g. DCF77)
  • WiFi module

Read more: Kaddu Klock Modular Design

Phoenix BSE Companion

This is the home of the Phoenix BSE Companion (Android) App

 

Phoenix BSE Companion is an Android Companion App to the game Phoenix BSE - a Play By Mail space soap/odyssey Role Playing Game.

The thought behind this app is for it to be a companion, a help to a Phoenix BSE player - mainly myself, but if anybody else can use it I will be all my pleasure.

The Phoenix BSE Companion Android app is hosted on GitHub but remember that this is a Work in Progress

You can download Phoenix BSE Companion from Google Play.

Kaddu Klock Modular Design - Display Module - Prototype 1

The first Display module prototype (apart from the ones I did on a solderless breadboard) is being built on 90 x 70 mm veroboard.

Read more: Kaddu Klock Modular Design - Display Module - Prototype 1

Kaddu Klock

Kaddu Klock is a little Arduino/Atmel based clock project. It is being prototyped using an Arduino Nano clone but should work with both the Arduino Uno and Mega platforms and their derivativs.

In the long run I plan to make this into a multi-coloured LED matrix display clock, possibly with Internet and Radio control connectivity.

Read more: Kaddu Klock

Amiga Community Websites

The Amiga community is vast and diverse. More and more websites are coming up that deal with different aspects of the Commodore Amiga world.

This is an attempt at collecting some of the most interesting sites.

 

Read more: Amiga Community Websites