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CUTTING A WEARABLE DISPLAY IN HALF IS HARDER AND SIMPLER THAN IT SEEMS

In the world of hardware hacking, you sometimes spend a ridiculous amount of time debugging a problem, only to find a simple solution that was right in front of you the whole time. [Zack Freedman] got a good dose of this while building the Optigon V2, a modified Epson Moverio wearable display he uses as a …

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How to Input Text Into Arduino Project Using OLED Display and 5 Key Keyboard Module or Potentiometer

Every now and then you might be interested to input text to your arduino project. You can do it using Serial input but this would require Arduino to be always connected to a computer. In this tutorial I would show you how to implement text input using the small OLED display and 5 key keyboard …

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DeepDeck programmable, open source, ESP32 macropad

A new project will soon be launching via the Crowd Supply website in the form of the fully programmable, open source, ESP32 macropad, aptly named DeepDeck. The wireless programmable macropad features 16 mechanical buttons in a 4×4 grid together with two RGB rotary encoders, hot swappable keys and more. Connecting to a wide variety of different platforms using Bluetooth, DeepDeck supports Windows, MacOS, …

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