We’ve been anxiously watching Sean Hodgins’ (@idlehandsdev) channels since he first started teasing his volumetric display build. And we were blown away by both his final build and the build video. Using 10 transparent OLEDs, a custom designed PCB, and a feather microcontroller, Sean made an extremely cool 3 dimensional display, and an extremely fun … Read more Crystalfontz in the Wild: Volumetric Display
Check out this developer’s innovative use of the Crystalfontz 128×296 3-color ePaper display — a solar-powered WiFi ePaper setup. Developer Frank Buss provides a detailed write up of his project on his HackADay post. From his post: “The amazing thing about ePapers is that the image lasts without power forever (I tested it for months), and the contrast is … Read more Crystalfontz In the Wild: Solar-Powered WiFi ePaper
We are always happy to see YOUR projects using Crystalfontz displays. In this new blog feature, we will showcase interesting projects — professional and hobby — for inclusion in our ‘In The Wild’ features. Mitch Bradley’s Raspberry Pi Controlled Taig Mill In this build, the Crystalfontz 20×4 Character Display Module (with keypad) was used with … Read more Crystalfontz In the Wild
Jason Eppink of the Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria New York has been working on a great little project that shows subtitles on an external Crystalfontz LCD, while the video plays on a monitor above. The project is open source on GitHub. Project Details It uses a Raspberry Pi to play the videos. … Read more Crystalfontz in the movies? Well, almost!
Crystalfontz actively supports learning, especially for engineers-in-training. A few months ago, we were approached by a senior student working on a capstone project at EWU and the project was unveiled at a poster presentation on June 1st at the university. We are impressed by this project, incorporating a Crystalfontz 835 LCD module and an Arduino … Read more Engineering Project: Crystalfontz 835 and an Arduino Mega 2560