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* **Minutes**: Blueish green
* **Seconds**: Blue
![Photo of the clock with a custom clockface lasercut from a piece of plywood](photo.jpg)
## Enclosure
The directory `case` contains the [OpenSCAD](https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/OpenSCAD_User_Manual) project and rendered STL file of the clock's enclosure.
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To build the code and program the ESP, you need to install the [PlatformIO](https://platformio.org/) framework.
The WS2812 data line needs to be connected to the ESP's GPIO5 pin. **Note**: Most breakout boards define their own pin numbers. For example, with a NodeMCU, GPIO5 corresponds to pin D1.
$ git clone https://git.kabelsalat.ch/s3lph/ambient-lighting-clock.git
$ cd ambient-lighting-clock/esp

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