Today I pushed my Monochron project Emuchron v1.2 to github at https://github.com/tceulema/Emuchron
Next to the usual slew of bugfixes, enhancements and refinements four new clocks are added (making a total of 17). Two of these are nifty QR clocks.
Both QR clocks encode, along the day, date and year, also the current time. However, whereas one QR clock encodes the time in format HH:MM, meaning that the QR is updated once a minute, the other encodes the time in format HH:MM:SS, meaning that a new QR is displayed every second. And there’s also a hardcoded Easter egg on April 1st.
Obtaining the date and time could not be made easier: simply use your favorite smartphone QReader app.
The QR clocks are embedded in the Emuchron clock plugin framework. The QR encode functionality is making use of Tz/HarleyHacking’s project qrduino at https://github.com/tz1/qrduino
Please find below a picture of my Monochron/Emuchron QR clock, in this case the HH:MM:SS flavor.