Add some jazz & pizazz to your project with a color touchscreen LCD. This TFT display is big (2.8" or 3.2" diagonal) bright (4 white-LED backlight) and colorful! 240x320 pixels with individual RGB pixel control, this has way more resolution than a black and white 128x64 display. As a bonus, this display has a resistive touchscreen attached to it already, so you can detect finger presses anywhere on the screen, and a MicroSD card socket for loading images
Make your very own open-source, Raspberry Pi linux-powered digital snappy camera with built in rechargeable battery! The SnapPiCam Raspberry Pi Digital Camera is a cool project showing what you can be done with a Raspberry Pi, PiTFT and acrylic enclosure. This is a fairly advanced project, for people who are very comfortable with soldering, assembly, Raspberry Pi hacking, etc! Inside is the 5 megapixel Raspberry Pi camera, this can be either the standard version or the Noir Infrared-sensitive edition. Power comes from a rechargeable 1200mAh LiPo battery. The battery is recharged via a Mini-B USB cable plugged into the built-in LiPo charger. A 2.8" TFT + Touchscreen at the back allows access to the camera's GUI.
Add a glorious 2048x1536 retina-blasting, ultra-high pixel density, IPS display to any computer with a Thunderbolt/DisplayPort port. This product comes with a new 9.7" diagonal TFT display module (the same one used in the iPad 3 & 4), along with our custom made driver board, a stand-up monitor enclosure kit, 10' DisplayPort cable and 9V power adapter.
This TFT display is big (2.8" diagonal) bright (4 white-LED backlight) and colorful (18-bit 262,000 different shades)! 240x320 pixels with individual pixel control. It has way more resolution than a black and white 128x64 display. As a bonus, this display has a resistive or capacitive touchscreen attached to it already, so you can detect finger presses anywhere on the screen.
Now you can add eInk displays to your favorite single-board Linux computers! This tutorial will show you how to wire and run the RePaper eInk displays in the Adafruit shop on a Raspberry Pi or BBB. Learn how to assemble and program the RePaper eInk Development Board. These daylight readable displays are excellent for data-logging applications, outdoor displays, or any other ultra-low power project.
These big, bright displays measures 1.27" or 1.5" diagonal and have 128x96 or 128x128 RGB pixels. The OLED display technology gives you vivid, high contrast images and does not require a backlight. With16-bit resolution for each pixel, you can display a wide range of colors. The SSD1351 driver chip has a 4-wire SPI interface. We also include an on-board boost converter and built-in level shifting for compatibility with both 3.3v and 5v microcontrollers. A micro SD card holder lets you store bitmaps and other data. Our library includes example code to show you how!
The 1.3" SHARP Memory LCD display is a cross between an eInk (e-paper) display and an LCD. This daylight-readable display has the ultra-low power usage of eInk and the fast-refresh rates of an LCD. This model has a matt silver background, and pixels show up as little mirrors for a silver-reflective display, a really beautiful and unique look.
Sous vide is rapidly becoming an important cooking technique in many of the very best restaurants in the world. It combines principles of molecular gastronomy with industrial temperature controls to precisely manage the chemical reactions of cooking. We love good food as much as we love science and technology, so we had to build our own sous vide controller. This project turns an inexpensive rice cooker into a precision cooking instrument. Join the high-tech cooking revolution by building your very own sous vide controller!
This is actually not any sort of product or public project (!) - its something I designed to help me evaluate solar panels and how they act when charging batteries. Normally this requires a lot of multimeters and its a bit of a pain to do if you have to constantly change out panels. So I decided I would build a specialized tool that would assist me.
This project combines a whole heap of modules to enable a Raspberry Pi to power a large 1.2 inch 4 digit 7 segment display. A small switch switches the display between showing the temperature and the current time. The project uses a real-time clock (RTC) to ensure that the Pi always has the correct time, even if it is not connected to the Internet.
Adding a character display to your project or computer has never been easier with the new Adafruit USB or TTL serial backpack! This custom-designed PCB sits on the back of any 'standard' character LCD (16x2 or 20x4 sized) and does everything you could want: printing text, automatic scrolling, setting the backlight, adjusting contrast, making custom characters, turning on and off the cursor, etc. It can even handle our RGB backlight LCDs with full 8-bit PWM control of the backlight.
Add some jazz & pizazz to your project with a color touchscreen LCD. This TFT display is big (2.8" diagonal) bright (4 white-LED backlight) and colorful (16-bit 262,000 different shades)! 240x320 pixels with individual pixel control, this has way more resolution than a black and white 128x64 display. As a bonus, this display has a resistive touchscreen attached to it already, so you can detect finger presses anywhere on the screen. Learn how to use this LCD with an Arduino.
This is a quick tutorial for our 84x48 pixel monochrome LCD display. These displays are small, only about 1.5" diameter, but very readable due and comes with a backlight. This display is made of 84x48 individual pixels, so you can use it for graphics, text or bitmaps. These displays are inexpensive, easy to use, require only a few digital I/O pins and are fairly low power as well.