Now you can beam images THROUGH THIN AIR from your mobile device to your Circuit Playground Bluefruit!

Use the TFT Gizmo's beautiful screen to display any image you like, and change your mind any time! Just whip out your phone or tablet running the Adafruit Bluefruit app (iOS or Android), and you can send a new image right to the Circuit Playground Bluefruit via Bluetooth LE. In mere seconds you'll have a brand spanking new image to admire!

You can use your new powers to make a handsome locket adorned with the face of a loved one, a HELLO my NAME IS badge, an interactive hat pin, and more!


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You'll also need an iOS (11.3 or later) or Android device to install the Adafruit Bluefruit app.


First, we'll connect the TFT Gizmo to the Circuit Playground Bluefruit.

Then, we'll download the Adafruit Bluefruit app onto an iOS or Android device.

After uploading the quickstart .UF2 file (found on the Image Transfer Quickstart page of this guide) to the CPB, we'll be ready to start beaming images to the device! Let's get started.

This guide was first published on Oct 24, 2019. It was last updated on Mar 08, 2024.

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