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Ready To Flash Projects

These projects are ready to flash directly to your Trinity directly from your browser, you don’t even need the Arduino IDE installed!

Steps to flash

WiFi Tetris Clock

My Wifi Tetris Clock project is a clock that gets it’s time from the internet and draws the numbers out using falling tetris blocks!

Animated image showing Wifi Tetris Clock project

Required hardware

It is originally designed to run on a 64x32 matrix, but can be configured to run on a 64x64 in the config interface. No other hardware is needed.

Web Flash Link

After flashing

Once flashed, you will need to connect to the access point it hosts (details on the web flash page) and configure it. You will need to set the WiFi details of your network and you’ll probably want to set your timezone too.

You can re-enter the config mode by pressing the reset button twice (about 1 second apart)

Mario Clock (Clockwise) by Jnthas

An awesome clock by Jonathas Barbosa that is a clock in the style of Mario for the NES where Mario hitting blocks is what progresses the time. It also fetches it’s time from the internet.

Animated image showing Mario Clock project

Required hardware

It is designed to run on a 64x4 matrix, no other hardware is needed.

Project Code

You can find the code for the project here

Web Flash Link

After flashing

Once flashed, you will need to connect to the access point it hosts (details on the web flash page) and configure it. You will need to set the WiFi details of your network and you’ll probably want to set your timezone too.