Published by paul at 12:42 PM under Arduino | OLED display
Even though it's Martin Luther King day here in the US, UPS is still running and just delivered the display I'd ordered to play around with.
It's a uOLED-128-G1 1.5" diagonal display made by 4D Systems - 128x128 with 65k colors - with on-board micro-SD connector to hold bitmaps. Parallax sells these for $64.99 (see here) and I couldn't resist picking one up to tinker with.
Here's a photo (click for larger image) of the SMT PCB:
I've heard there's some documentation pulled together on these but it's going to be fun getting it to display bitmaps and things like graphs from sensor readings.
Also delivered was my copy of the Practical Arduino: Cool Projects for Open Source Hardware book - looks like I'm going to be busy this afternoon!
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Response by Steve Syfuhs on 1/18/2010 1:02:00 PM
What would be cool to see is a scope display for the reverb pedal.
Reverb out -> ADC -> FFT -> Display
Kind of a lot of work though...
Response by paul on 1/18/2010 1:04:49 PM
Wow - that's a challenge! Haven't done FFTs since my final-year signals module at college in 93. Neat idea though - can't imagine how many browny points I'd get from my 8-yr old guitar player for hooking that up
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