Take a stroll with Grandaddy OLED the watch and light up the night. Use any of your favorite watchbands to easy connect to the OLED Watch case.
Designed using 123D SketchUp
Most of my designed was based off of Polylines in combination with extrude function.
Project: Grandaddy OLED Watch
Overview & Background:
This project helps gain an understanding of the basics of the Arduino microcontroller,coding,and the modules in order to build a Grandaddy OLED Watch. It works great as a flashlight in a dark place.
Students get hands on experience in the construction of a complex word clock.
Students will learn about basic Arduino coding.
Students learn how to Solder.
*Student learn Schematics.
The grades, ages, or skill levels that would be appropriate for this Project.
4th grade+, Age 10+, Skills in Soldering
This project is based off processing language.
Skills Learned (Standards):
Complex Thinking Skills
Problem Solving Skills
Silicon 30AWG wire
coin Battery,coin battery holder
- I2C 2.42 OLED
Trinket Pro 5v
HC-05 (convert into smartwatch)
Arrange the modules in a tetris like formation within the back of the i2c screen
cover the back of the i2c Oled in electric tape to prevent any problems with the wire touching.
Solder wires to the battery holder contacts
Here is the schematics to solder the silicone 30awg wire to the modules.
Print out the Oledwatch + 4 small corners. Place the components in the watch glue the insides of the seperate printed 4 corners and place it on the top corners of the OLED case to lock the OLED screen in place
On the programming, make sure you download the latest Arduino IDE and simply download the code from here https://db.tt/OLAv2iZR
1 hour for printing.
1 hours for assembling and programming.
Rubric & Assessment:
What did the student learn for building this?
Any troubleshooting problems the student encountered?
Handouts & Assets: