Monitor and control other Bluetooth LE devices, act as a wireless display, create your own smart conference badge, or even just display the status of your code - all while drawing tiny amounts of p...Read More…
Monitor and control other Bluetooth LE devices, act as a wireless display, create your own smart conference badge, or even just display the status of your code - all while drawing tiny amounts of power.
Pixl.js's unique design allows you to use the Arduino footprint to interface with the huge array of existing Arduino shields, while still using the LCD and buttons. Based on Puck.js, Pixl.js provides Bluetooth LE peripheral, central and advertising support.
It's hard to find good sunlight readable displays, and even harder to connect them to something wireless and program everything to work together. Pixl.js does all that for you, and you can be up and running in seconds.
Please see http://www.espruino.com/Pixl.js for more detailed information
Note: while prices are in USD, Pixl.js devices are shipped from England. If you live in the UK or Europe, VAT is included in the price you pay. If not, you may be liable to pay your country's import tax when you receive the package.
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Royal Mail: First Class Air Mail
Items are usually posted within 3 working days, and delivery is 5 to 7 working days after that. This does not include tracking.
Royal Mail: Tracked & Signed
Tracked and Signed in most countries (one or two only offer tracked until it enters the country, then a signature on delivery)
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I've been making things for as long as I can remember, and first programmed a microcontroller around 20 years ago. For the last 4 years I've been working full-time, supporting and improving both the Espruino firmware and boards.