Inkplate 6 Wi-Fi-enabled e-paper display 3D printed case

The development team at e-Radionica responsible for the awesome Inkplate 6 Wi-Fi-enabled e-paper display, have unveiled a new 3D printed case designed to provide a little extra protection and finish to the screen. The design files are not available for download quite yet, as the team wanted to make a few more tweaks before they are released, however as you can see from the image above the addition of an enc ...

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WINTER IS COMING, THIS CLOCK WILL LET YOU KNOW WHEN

For Game of Thrones fans, it’s an awkward time. The show has ended its run on HBO (not without a certain level of controversy), the planned prequel is still years away, and who knows when George R. R. Martin will actually get around to writing the final books in the series. Fans have no choice but to entertain themselves while waiting for further tales of adventure from Westeros, which is how we get things ...

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Make an Optical Disk Display

Every curious how DVDs work? Interested in learning some simple analog electronics? This Instructables will show you how to make an optical disk display project in only a few hours. What is an optical disk? An optical disk stores data/information and can be read or displayed using light. You will learn about basic analog electronics, basic electronic optics, and various basic electrical components. You will ...

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Inkplate 6 WiFI enabled e-paper display

Makers developers and small businesses may be interested in a new Wi-Fi enabled e-paper display that will soon be launching via the Crowd Supply website offering a display that can be programmed using the Arduino IDE and is based on the ESP32. “A powerful, Wi-Fi enabled ESP32 microcontroller makes this six-inch e-paper display – recycled from a Kindle e-reader – incredibly easy to control. Just plug in a US ...

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Arduino Radio

https://youtu.be/3WbK-S2WDLQ Update 16.04.2015 just thought how would a "cool" kit look a like, so I get an altoids tin box eat all the thinks inside and put all necassary parts inside. ;) a new project from good old Germany. I got some of those very popular FM radio modules at banggood.com, and was thinking how to use them. I found some nice instructables about the TEA 5767 most of them use a NOKIA LCD Dis ...

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DAISY CHAINED SEVEN SEGMENT ART DISPLAY

This seven segment art display makes use of a 81 seven segment red common cathode LED displays. The LEDs are arranged onto 100x100mm boards that each contain an Arduino Nano and 9 seven segment displays, daisy chained through three-pin headers located on the sides of the boards. The pins (power, ground, and serial) provide the signals necessary for propagating a program across each of the connecte ...

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Three colour 2.9 Inch eInk display breakout lands at Adafruit for $34.95

If your next electronics project requires an eInk display you may be interested to know that Adafruit has announced the availability of the 2.9″ Red/Black/White eInk Display Breakout, THINK INK priced at $34.95. Check out the video below to learn more about the eInk display breakout screen which measures 80.0mm x 47.0mm x 5.0mm or 3.1″ x 1.9″ x 0.2″ and weighs just 23.0g or 0.8oz. “Easy e-paper finally come ...

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SMART MAP PUTS ON A SHOW THANKS TO ARDUINOS AND DMX

Maps can be a great way to get a message across when the data you’re dealing with affects people on a country’s population scale. [jwolin] works for a non-profit organization, and wanted a way to help people visualize the extent of their operations and the causes they deal with. To do that, he created a nifty smart map wall display. The display consists of a world map cut out of MDF, and affixed to a b ...

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LED Matrix Controller Using 4Duino

In this project, we will use the digital pins and screen of the 4Duino to create a 5×7 LED matrix controller with a user graphical interface. https://youtu.be/fSCNCFmbSJc An LED matrix is essentially many LEDs packaged in a dot grid format in order to produce pictures or large text. They’re commonly used for signage purposes in the public space. The LED matrix utilised in this project is made by multiplexin ...

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THE THERMOCHROMIC DISPLAY YOU DIDN’T KNOW YOU NEEDED

We love unique ways of displaying data here at Hackaday, and this ingenious thermochromic display created by [Moritz v. Sivers] more than fits the bill. Using sheets of color changing liquid crystals and careful temperature control of the plates they’re mounted on, he’s built a giant seven-segment display that can colorfully (albeit somewhat slowly) show the current temperature and humidity. The sheets of t ...

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A FAREWELL TO YOUTUBE SUB COUNTERS SET TO BREAK WITH API CHANGE

Of all the things you never would have guessed you’d need just ten years ago, a YouTube subscriber counter would probably rank highly. You would have guessed that the little hits of dopamine accompanying each tick upward of a number would be so addictive? As it turns out, lots of people wanted to keep a running total of their online fans, and a bewilderingly varied ecosystem of subscriber counters has cropp ...

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Paperino, The ePaper Display Shield

ePaper displays (EPDs) are becoming a trend in application, just like the display used in Amazon Kindle, for their low power consumption due to the to the underlying ‘bistable’ display technology. These displays can continue to show information without any power at all. It is only required while updating the display with new information, otherwise there won’t be any power consumption. Providing such revolut ...

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