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Protect your eyes with Arduino
In the last year or so, due to Smart Working or Distance Learning, the hours spent in front of the computer have increased enormously. Luckily there is a window behind the monitor for taking those breaks that are supposed to prevent eye strain, but it’s so hard to remember and boring to do.
Daniel Hingston has created a device to be placed on the top of the computer display that reminds us when to look away to rest our eyes.
The device in question consists of a 3D printed case, a 1.14″ TFT display, an Arduino Pro Mini and a button. Alternatively, it is also possible to use an Arduino Nano with different types of displays, like this 1.44″ or this 0.96″ monochromatic, as long as you modify the case in 3D.