LCDS & DISPLAYS
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If you'd like a compact display, with buttons and a joystick - we've got what you're looking for. The Adafruit 128x64 OLED Bonnet for Raspberry Pi is the big sister to our mini PiOLED add-on. This version has 128x64 pixels (instead of 128x32) and a much larger screen besides. With the OLED display in the center, we had some space on either side so we added a 5-way joystick and two pushbuttons. Great for when you want to have a control interface for your project.
The Adafruit PiOLED is your little OLED pal, ready to snap onto any and all Raspberry Pi computers, to give you a little display. The PiOLED comes with a monochrome 128x32 OLED, with sharp white pixels. The OLED uses only the I2C pins so you have plenty of GPIO connections available for buttons, LEDs, sensors, etc. It's also nice and compact so it will fit into any case.
In most situations finding the MAC address of a wireless device is fairly straightforward. However there are some things like smart TVs, IOT devices, gaming consoles, etc. that either don't display that MAC or have it hidden in a mess of on screen menus. This device broadcasts a wireless network without a password. Connect any wireless device to it and once the connection is made the MAC address of the device will be displayed on the small OLED screen.
This guide starts with the absolute basics to build user interfaces on the PiTFT in Pygame. It shows how to update the screen from a GPI. Then, in reverse, the touch screen is used to control a GPO. Next, a UI framework is introduced - this makes better looking interfaces and more elegant code. Finally, an analog input is used to control a gauge widget on the display.
If you've been diggin' our monochome OLEDs but need something bigger, this display will delight you. These displays are 2.3" diagonal, and very readable due to the high contrast of an OLED display. If you've been diggin' our monochome OLEDs but need something bigger, this display will delight you. These displays are 2.7" diagonal, and very readable due to the high contrast of an OLED display. This display is made of 128x32 individual white OLED pixels, each one is turned on or off by the controller chip.
Adafruit’s PiTFT displays link to the Raspberry Pi’s GPIO header instead of a video port, making them compact & ideal for portable projects. But this connection normally limits them to a subset of specially-compiled games and emulators — high-performance OpenGL-based games were previously incompatible. New software now makes gaming more practical on these tiny displays!