5900ppi full HD 0.37” LCoS micro-display measures 23.4×8.65mm
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5900ppi full HD 0.37” LCoS micro-display measures 23.4×8.65mm

AR and VR display manufacturer Raon-Tech has developed a 0.37-inch diagonal full HD (1920x1080) LCoS micro-display (Liquid Crystal on Silicon) aimed at single panel optical display systems such as HMD (Head Mounted Display), HUD (Head-Up Display), and pico projectors. [via...

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Using a 16×2 I2C LCD display with ESP32
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Using a 16×2 I2C LCD display with ESP32

A few weeks ago, we examined the features of ESP32 module and built a simple hello world program to get ourselves familiar with the board. Today, we will continue our exploration of the ESP32 on a higher level as we will look at how to interface a 16×2 LCD with it. Displays provide a...

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High-contrast OLED displays with USB interface
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High-contrast OLED displays with USB interface

Especially for small monitoring and control tasks, the display specialist ELECTRONIC ASSEMBLY has developed a graphic OLED display with touch-sensitive front made of real glass. The brand new EA PLUGS102-6 is not only a display, but also a full control unit featuring a wide range of...

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Arduino Menu Tutorial with a Rotary Encoder and a Nokia 5110 LCD display
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Arduino Menu Tutorial with a Rotary Encoder and a Nokia 5110 LCD display

In our last tutorial, we examined how to create a menu for your Arduino project on a Nokia 5110 LCD, with push buttons to navigate through it. In today’s tutorial will build a modified version of it as we will use a rotary encoder (in place of the push buttons) for menu navigation. A...

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Menu on Nokia 5110 LCD display with Arduino
Arduino

Menu on Nokia 5110 LCD display with Arduino

We have published quite a number of tutorials using different displays with the Arduino, with the most recent being the tutorial on displaying graphics on all kind of displays with Arduino. For today’s tutorial, we will look into achieving more with displays by implementing a menu...

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5″ 800×480 HDMI TFT Display with Backlight Control for Raspberry Pi
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5″ 800×480 HDMI TFT Display with Backlight Control for Raspberry Pi

Elecrow has just launched a new 5″ HDMI display with resistive touch screen designed for the Raspberry Pi boards, and whose main feature is to support backlight control over GPIO 11 in order to lower power consumption. This is a 5 inch mini HDMI touch screen for Raspberry Pi, with...

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Midas Displays introduce range of HDMI TFT displays
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Midas Displays introduce range of HDMI TFT displays

  Display manufacturer and supplier, Midas Displays, has announced the introduction of a range of plug and play HDMI TFT display modules. The new displays are available in three different size and resolution options, have excellent brightness and contrast performance, and feature a...

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16 x 2 LCD controlled via power line
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16 x 2 LCD controlled via power line

Vinod blogged about a 16×2 LCD with data over power line: Then I just thought why even 1 wire for data? Because we can easily multiplex the 1 wire data line with the Vcc line by keeping a diode + capacitor combination towards the LCD power supply pin. I am using an arduino board to...

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