Adds a 0.96" OLED screen and six buttons to your D1 Mini or compatible board.Designed by Radomir Dopieralski in Switzerland
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What is it? It's basically an SSD1306 OLED shield and XPad shield smashed together. The display is larger than on the original OLED shield — 128×64 pixels — and uses SPI pins. The buttons are read th…Read More…
It's basically an SSD1306 OLED shield and XPad shield smashed together. The display is larger than on the original OLED shield — 128×64 pixels — and uses SPI pins. The buttons are read through I2C (at address 0x10), with debouncing and buffering. There is also a simple speaker that can be used for beeps or low-quality audio output.
The reset of the display is handled automatically, so there is no RST pin.
It's a simple way to add a user interface, such as a menu, to your project. It can also be used for games.
It's very small, using SMD components to make everything fit.
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