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TINY THIN CLIENT IS SMALL BUT COMPATIBLE

TINY THIN CLIENT IS SMALL BUT COMPATIBLE

We were impressed with [moononournation’s] tiny thin client project. It claims to use an Arduino, but as you might guess it is using the Arduino software along with a network-enabled microcontroller like an ESP32. The impressive part is that it is standards-compliant and implements VNC’s RFB protocol. The original coding for RFB on Arduino is from [Links2004] and […]

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Create Animation on OLED Display Controlled by Arduino

Create Animation on OLED Display Controlled by Arduino

In this tutorial I will show you how to create animation on small OLED display connected to Arduino Nano. Step 1: Supplies We need following two components for this project Arduino Nano SSD1306 SPI 128×32 display You can also use SSD1306SPI 128×32 display but it will need code adjustments when declaring the display. Step 2:

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Arduino Powered Coffee Table

Interactive Arduino Powered Coffee Table

One quick fore note: this is my first Instructable and my first large Arduino project, so if you see any stupid errors or have an idea of how things could be done better, then please let me know. Now that that’s out of the way I’ll begin, I started designing this around September last year as my A2

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DESIGN CUSTOM UI WITH STONE TECH INTELLIGENT TFT LCD MODULE

DESIGN CUSTOM UI WITH STONE TECH INTELLIGENT TFT LCD MODULE

Displays are an important part of any device in today’s world and while several advancements have been made in their quality with improved resolution and low power features, almost little has changed when it comes to the complexity involved with creating beautiful user interfaces for devices. This is why the team at STONE created the STVC035WT-01 intelligent Smart display.

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YOUR MICROPYTHON BOARD CAN BE YOUR TINKERING PERIPHERAL

YOUR MICROPYTHON BOARD CAN BE YOUR TINKERING PERIPHERAL

[Brian Pugh] has shared a cool new project that simultaneously runs on desktop Python and MicroPython – the Belay library. This library lets you control a MicroPython device seamlessly from your Python code – interacting with real-world things like analog/digital trinkets, servos, Neopixels and displays, without having to create your own firmware or APIs. You need a

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YOU CAN BUILD A GIANT 7 SEGMENT DISPLAY OF YOUR VERY OWN

YOU CAN BUILD A GIANT 7-SEGMENT DISPLAY OF YOUR VERY OWN

Sometimes you need to display a number nice and large, making it easily readable at a good distance. [Lewis] has just the thing for that: a big expandable 7-segment display. The build is modular, allowing it to be extended from 2 to 10 digits and beyond. The digits themselves are made of 3D-printed parts assembled onto

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