6 Displays to Output Data From Your Arduino


So, you’ve got an Arduino. You’ve learned some of the basics, maybe you have followed a beginner’s guide to get you started. What next? Adding a display to your Arduino can serve many purposes. Since a common use for microcontrollers is reading data from sensors, a display allows you to see this data in real time without needing to use the serial monitor within the Arduino IDE. It also allows you to give your projects a personal touch with text, images, or even interactivity through a touch screen. Many Arduino starter kits come with some form of simple display. There…

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