In this video educ8s.tv shows us how to use the Color OLED display with the SSD1331 driver with Arduino. It’s very easy!
A few weeks ago, I discovered this promising new display on Banggood.com and I thought that it might be useful in some of our projects so I bought it right away. It is a Color OLED display! I have used this small monochrome OLED display in some of my previous projects and I love it. So, I couldn’t resist having a color OLED display. I have loaded a demo sketch and as you can see the display is fast and bright. It is brighter than LCD displays because it uses the OLED technology and of course it uses less power. The power usage will vary with how many pixels are lit, the maximum is around 25mA. The cost of this color OLED display is around $11.
Arduino Tutorial: Color OLED SSD1331 display with Arduino Uno – [Link]