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A WiFi clock made of falling tetris blocks. For the ESP8266 or ESP32
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WiFi-Tetris-Clock

A WiFi clock made of falling tetris blocks. Runs on an ESP32 with an RGB LED Matrix (Currently the EPS8266 version is crashing!)

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Hardware

* Affilate links

Wiring:

Wiring is desctribed on the PxMatrix library pretty well, but to try make it a little easier I have created wiring diagrams for the different types of boards.

Tiny PICO

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Generic ESP32

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D1 Mini ESP8266

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Power Wiring

To connect your power supply up to the panel, you can connect the display power wire directly to a DC jack screw terminal breakout or use some larger screw terminals and some perfboard

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