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Build a Traffic Status Monitor Into a Clock With an Arduino

Have a horrible, no-good, terrible commute every day? To make things a little easier on yourself, Arduino shield-maker 1Sheeld shows off how to hack a clock to change color depending on traffic conditions. Read more...
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