28 Feb '13, 1pm

LCD-based QR clock

Why do many people think everything posted to hack a day has to be a market ready product, ready for shipping with a defined ROI and small business plan for people to enjoy it or that they need to step in and validate the usefulness based of a project based on a narrow world view to begin with? This isn’t Kickstarter. Why does a project even have to have a ultimate final use or goal rather than it just being a resource or an idea for other people to feed off of and get inspired by, or simply expand their core knowledge of available ideas? What happened to just accepting projects for what they are, they are peoples personal passion and interest in technology and electronics put out there for everyone to see and hopefully learn from. A constantly variable QR code is kind of interesting in itself, and even if you don’t run off and build your own QR clock, now you or someone e...

Full article: http://hackaday.com/2013/02/28/lcd-based-qr-clock/

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