We highlight a great deal of tickers here at Hackaday, however rarely one goes along and makes us halt abruptly and reevaluate the essential inquiry: exactly what is a clock? [Charlyn] has overseen it however, with her Nova Light clock www.mmobc.com, which doesn't so much gauge the progression of time, yet mark it.
The clock itself is a lot of origami pieces looking like the Nova lights and a star section from the mainstream Animal Crossing Items New Horizons game, and each has a multicolour LED underneath. The star part beats, while the two Nova lights impalpably gradually change shading, one through the span of the day and the other throughout the week. Aside from Fridays, when in festivity of the finish of the work week they throb with various hues. In the engine is an Adafruit Feather with a constant clock module, and since all the code is there for your pleasure you can have a go at making your own. Beneath the break is a video demonstrating the check in real life.