I build apple watch user manual 2.0 repair puzzles for Escape Industries. CUPERTINO, California—September 9, 1984—Apple Computer Inc.
A BASIC USER INTERFACE created specifically for a smaller device. Apple Lisa, and Macintosh running on ELECTRICITY. When I set out to design the Apple II watch, I originally planned to create a faithful tiny replica of the classic machine in a wrist-sized form factor. While researching the design I began to ask if I really just wanted to make a miniature, or something altogether new?
72 MHz , the watch functions are mostly parody of the modern Apple Watch. My version does keep and display the real time and date, the rest of the UI is mostly for fun. There is quite a lot packed into this tiny package. Since I had so little space, the entire circuit uses point to point wiring using stranded wire.
I settled on solid core wire, despite it being a bid harder to compress into the case. The electronics are ultimately wrapped in electrical tape in order to prevent shorting when squished together. The main program is a simple Arduino sketch running on the Teensy 3. Paul Stoffregen has put a lot of work into making the Teensy dev boards awesome and easy to use, so they’re my go-to micro for quick embedded projects.
The Bounce library makes quick work of easily reading the button. Spinning the knob cycles through highlighting the sub-menu selection with a button press for entrance and exit of said sub-menu. Did you join Instructables just to comment on the Apple II Watch ? I have been a member of instructables for three years or so. I have enjoyed making things since I was five or six. Of all of the clever ideas I have seen here yours is by far the most clever. I can make lots of things but this is beyond me.