In this article, we are going to make an Arduino weather clock which will tell us the time, date and temperature.
You want to attach the DigiSpark ATtiny85 to a tiny OLED (128x32 pixels) and make it use easily readable, huge fonts (16x32 pixels WxH)?
This is the 2nd tutorial on my ESP32 learning journey. Here, an OLED shows time and captured data by DHT sensor (temperature & humidity).
Remember the days when you would sit listening to WWV time signals on your shortwave radio (tick, tick, tick…At the tone, the time will be…)
How about a metronome that beeps and lights up? Why I think yes! Also same setup with separate code runs a Whack A Mole game!
A thermostat with an OLED capable of plugging into a USB port.
Application notes for Pmod OLED and Arduino Uno. In this app, a cloud of points is displayed randomly, then a flashing message will appear.
AES CryptoCores is a dedicated hardware module which helps for encryption and decryption of data using the desired key.