The Tri-Color E-Ink Gizmo gives Circuit Playground Bluefruit the ability to display images on a bold black, white, & red e-ink screen. And since it's e-ink, the image can still be seen even after power has been turned off. Even better – you can now display images on E-Ink Gizmo by sending them wirelessly from your phone or tablet using the Bluefruit LE Connect app for iOS or Android.

This guide shows you how to:

  • Assemble your E-Ink Gizmo & Circuit Playground Bluefruit
  • Install the Bluefruit LE Connect app
  • Transfer images wirelessly to your E-Ink Gizmo & Circuit Playground Bluefruit

Parts

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USB cable - USB A to Micro-B - 3 foot long
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Lithium Ion Polymer Battery 3.7v 350mAh with JST 2-PH connector and short cable
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iOS or Android device

You'll also need a device to run the Bluefruit LE Connect app, which we'll use to send images over the air:

This guide was first published on Feb 06, 2020. It was last updated on Feb 06, 2020.

This page (Overview) was last updated on May 01, 2022.

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