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Raspberry Pi 2, 480*320 TFT LCD Displays Windows 10, SPI

PI 2, TFT LCD 480*320, SPI & Touch Screen on Windows 10 IoT, working demo, more can be found at https://www.youtube.com/c/thebreadboardca Story OK, so i think I am outdoing myself with this one ILI9488 480 * 320 LCD 65K colour display TSC2046 touch screen cotroller ILI 9341 320 * 240 LCD 65K colour display HX8357 …

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Windows 10 IoT Core for Adafruit SPI Touchscreen

Run Windows 10 applications on an Adafruit SPi touchscreen for Raspberry Pi. Follow instructions to install the display driver and touch. Story How it Works This project explains how to use the Adafruit PiTFT capacitive touch screen for Raspberry Pi. To support this screen, a kernel-mode display-only driver was created to establish direct access to …

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Interfacing an SPI ADC (MCP3008) chip to the Raspberry Pi using C++ (spidev)

In this entry I will demonstrate how to interface the MCP3008; an SPI-based analog to digital converter (ADC) integrated chip, to the Raspberry Pi. This enables  the Raspberry Pi to interpret analog voltages that are in turn typically emitted by analog-based sensors to reflect a measure of  a physical characteristic such as acceleration, light intensity …

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Controlling an Adafruit SSD1306 SPI OLED With a Beaglebone Black

What Are We Doing Here? In an earlier post I described how to use the py-gaugette library to drive an Adafruit 128×32 monochrome OLED display from a Raspberry Pi, and a followup article added high-quality fonts. I’ve now updated the library to run on the BeagleBone Black and to support Adafruit’s larger 128×64 display. On …

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How to Enable SPI on your Raspberry Pi

What is SPI? SPI stands for Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI). It is made up of 4 wires normally and it was a standard designed by Motorola for use with their microcontrollers. SPI is easy to use and fast. The bus is fully duplex, meaning devices can transmit and receive data at the same time, and it is used for short distance, …

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