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MicroView is a useful micro display, Arduino Compatible
We totally lost this super cool Open Source Hardware project on Kickstarter but now is available for you to buy.
Having such a micro programmable display, which is Arduino compatible, will seriously empower you with new use cases:
The MicroView is the first chip-sized Arduino compatible that lets you see what your Arduino is thinking by using a built-in OLED display. In the heart of MicroView there is an ATMEL’s ATmega328P, 5V & 3.3V LDO and a 64×48 pixel OLED display, together with other passive components that allow the MicroView to operate without any external components other than a power supply.
MicroView is 100% code compatible with Arduino Uno (ATmega328P version), meaning the code that runs on an Arduino Uno will also be able to run on the MicroView if the IO pins used in the code are externally exposed on the MicroView.