Waveshare ESP32-S3 GEEK Development Board, Based On ESP32-S3R2 Controller Chip, With 1.14inch 65K Color LCD, Supports WiFi & Bluetooth LE
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Waveshare ESP32-S3 GEEK Development Board, Based On ESP32-S3R2 Controller Chip, With 1.14inch 65K Color LCD, Supports WiFi & Bluetooth LE

The Waveshare introduces ESP32-S3 GEEK, a small and versatile device designed for developers and hobbyists. It looks like a USB Flash drive and has a tiny 1.14-inch LCD for interaction. Inside, it has a powerful ESP32-S3R2 chip with a 32-bit LX7 dual-core processor at 240 MHz. It comes...

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From Microcontroller to Mini TV: Greening’s ESP32 Breakthrough
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From Microcontroller to Mini TV: Greening’s ESP32 Breakthrough

In an attempt to unleash the potential of the ESP32 microcontroller developer and tinkerer, Chris Greening has built an ESP32 Mini TV and explained how he did it in a detailed video. In recent years, ESP32 has become very popular among the maker community simply due to its superior...

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Sequent Microsystem’s 6-in-1 LCD Adapter HAT for Raspberry Pi
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Sequent Microsystem’s 6-in-1 LCD Adapter HAT for Raspberry Pi

For standalone Raspberry Pi projects, Sequent Microsystems developed an LCD display adapter with a rotary encoder and 6 switches. The software has drivers for scrolling messages of up to 256 characters. The speed of scrolling can be changed from the command line. The messages can be...

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LiLyGo unveils T-Embed: A battery powered programmable development panel
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LiLyGo unveils T-Embed: A battery powered programmable development panel

LiLyGo, a Chinese electronics manufacturer, has recently released T-Embed, a battery-powered programmable panel equipped with a display and rotary encoder, making it an ideal tool for smart home projects. The T-Embed is built around the ESP32-S3 microcontroller, which comes with a...

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Detect Carbon Monoxide using a Smart X-Sense Home Security App
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Detect Carbon Monoxide using a Smart X-Sense Home Security App

Smart Carbon Monoxide Detector, X-Sense Wi-Fi CO Detector, Real-Time Push Notifications via X-Sense Home Security App, Replaceable Battery, Optional 24/7 Professional Monitoring Service, XC04-WX A carbon monoxide detector, also called a CO detector, is a device that senses carbon...

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Breadboard-compatible TIMI-96 Development Module Features 4D Lab’s Pixxi-28 GPU and 0.96″ Full-color RGB Display
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Breadboard-compatible TIMI-96 Development Module Features 4D Lab’s Pixxi-28 GPU and 0.96″ Full-color RGB Display

Timi-96 from Australian start-up company, Breadboard Mates, is a new breadboard-friendly display development module that makes project development easier for electronics engineers, students and hobbyists at all levels, guaranteeing more speed for projects done in either stand-alone,...

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Bluetooth LE based LCD messenger using STM32
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Bluetooth LE based LCD messenger using STM32

The aim of this project is to send messages via Bluetooth using a web browser or smartphone to an LCD display that is connected to the STM32 board. 1. Introduction The project is based on STM32 Nucleo-144 which controls LCD display using BleuIO. For this project, we will need two...

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SB Components launches a 1.28-inch touch LCD HAT for your Raspberry Pi
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SB Components launches a 1.28-inch touch LCD HAT for your Raspberry Pi

UK-based embedded device manufacturer, SB Components, has launched a crowdfunding campaign for a 1.28-inch touch LCD HAT with a goal of £3,000. The Kickstarter product page gives us more details on the 1.28-inch display, which has been over-subscribed to reach £3,522 (as of writing)....

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