This is a simple "Hello World" for ILI9341 LCD". Wokwi Arduino simulator is used. Add this to your collections now!
by Hack star
Tutorial on how to use the ADC Module of the ATmega328P
by Yeshvanth Muniraj
Serial Studio is a multi-platform, multi-purpose serial data visualization and data acquisition software.
by Alex Spataru
Road testing an AZ-Delivery 2, 4 TFT LCD Touch Display
by Enrique Albertos
Create Dot Art Icons for Arduino projects
by Jaco Slabbert
Learn how to quickly use the TM1637 Digit Display!
by Ryan Chan
Using an old VFD serial communication display for use with Arduino based microcontrollers.
by Luis Malavé
Interface a 16x2 Liquid Crystal Display with Arduino Uno. Here we just use 4 wires.
by Akshay Joseph
In this tutorial, you will learn how to use and set up 2.4″ Touch LCD Shield for Arduino. Basic setup to a paint app!
First, we will simply show some data on the screen. In the second example, we will show DHT22 sensor data on the LCD.
In first part, we will show DHT22 sensor's data on the OLED. In the second part, we will display iPhone, Samsung and LG's logos on OLED.
Create a cool watch with Arduino.
With a Windows tablet, Arduino, and HC-SR04, you can create a graphical caliper to show the distance.
by Philip Ushijima
Here, you will learn how to use TFT LCDs by Arduino. From basic commands to professional designs and technics are all explained here.
This is the customized LCD1602 shield for both Arduino MKR and UNO boards.
In this article, you will learn how to run OLEDs by Arduino, and display text, images, and animations on them.
Learn how to control a display driven by an LC75829 General Purpose LCD driver.
Interfacing a 2.8 inch SPI TFT that has a ILI9341 chip to an Arduino Uno.
Basic code to make Arduino communicate with ILI9341.
I've created a simple menu with an LCD that controls what an LED does. The menu is easy to edit and adapt for various projects.
by Ian Cumming
Wanna play with some graphic or make a touch interface? Use this DFRobot's Touch Shield for Arduino UNO!
by Naman Chauhan
These 84 by 48 pixel LCDs are what you might have found in Nokia 3310. And what about using them in the Arduino projects?
Blog for my Arduino, ESP and Raspberry Pi projects.
Get close and the Arduino is happy; go away and he gets sad.
by VINICIUS LOPES
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