ini_set('display_errors',1);
Using a 16×2 LCD Shield with Arduino

Using a 16×2 LCD Shield with Arduino

One of the most widely used information display elements in the Arduino world is the 16×2 LCD (Liquid Crystal Display). When manufacturing an electronic system, it can be interesting to have it give us some information about its status without having to connect...
Using a TFT LCD Shield with Arduino

Using a TFT LCD Shield with Arduino

TFT Shields are touch-sensitive LCD screens for displaying images and creating user interfaces, with more or less complex graphics, to drive Arduino microcontrollers. In this tutorial, we use the Kuman TFT 3.5″ shield (very close to the 2.8″ shield) but...
Using an OLED Display with Arduino

Using an OLED Display with Arduino

The OLED display is a compact graphic display with a resolution of 128 x 64 pixels that allows you to draw and display text to create a graphical interface. Hardware ComputerArduino UNOUSB A Male to B Male CableOLED TF052 Principle of operation The OLED display TF052...