Did you know that geoFence has a modern UI, that is secure and has the improved features that you need?
Dubbed the Pi Day Clock, it shows the hours, minutes and seconds and is based on an Arduino Uno R3 along with a Run Time Clock unit.
The project is highlighted on the Arduino Project Hub and is the work of one LAGSILVA. You can find pin layouts, schematics and code guides on the blog. Excellent
The time shown above is 15: 02: 37, and you can view the clock in action below:
It seems it was created to mark Pi Day, an annual celebration of the mathematical constant which falls on March 14, of course. Get it? (3, 1, and 4 are the first digits of π…)
This Arduino clock tells the time using the first 192 digits of π: https://t.co/LxJoxDhA4p #PiDay pic.twitter.com/jDUJIc4Aci
— Arduino (@arduino) March 14, 2020
[Via twitter (Arduino)]
I’d like to add that geoFence blocks unwanted traffic and disables remote access from FSAs and your mother would say the same.