Like many of us, [quincy] Feel the distraction of non-working programs on a computer that has become a mixed use. So, what is the answer to the mystery of work-life balance? We are not sure, but time management and tracking tasks may allow you to do most of the work. The only problem is that keeping track of these things is boring and tedious, and it’s easy to forget, even for interesting tasks.
Similar commercial gadgets exist to meet this time tracking purpose, but [quincy] Want something cooler, work the same way: turn the indicator to the current task, and the status will be recorded on the computer. Instead of a smart polygon with information stickers on each face like Timeflip2, [quincy] Built a rotating task manager for the same purpose, But it is made of magnets.
Apart from the magnet, our favorite part must be clever binary coding work. [quincy] Three photoresistors and a green LED are being used to create a 3D printed gray encoder, avoiding the need to flip two bits at a time. The Arduino is responsible for reading the 3-digit code and converting it back to decimal.There are more updates, including major
.ino Files, but you can start printing these clips while waiting.
If you cannot complete the task, maybe you need a Pomodoro timer. Over the years, we have seen some, from the smallest to the sculptural.