NovaVGA is a low-cost shield board for the Arduino that provides an easy-to-use VGA graphics output. The adapter is controlled via a simple SPI interface from the Arduino (or any SPI-compatible microcontroller.)
NovaVGA keeps a 160x120 QVGA frame buffer in SRAM and outputs it to a monitor at an industry standard 640x480 @ 60Hz VGA signal. Meanwhile, the microcontroller is free to write to the SRAM frame buffer at any time via the SPI interface. An Arduino library is provided with several examples.
NOTE: NovaVGA does not include header pins.
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