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OLED Display

An organic light-emitting diode (OLED or Organic LED), also known as an organic EL (organic electroluminescent) diode, is a light-emitting diode (LED) in which the emissive electroluminescent layer is a film of organic compound that emits light in response to an electric current. This organic layer is situated between two electrodes; typically, at least one of these electrodes is transparent. OLEDs are used to create digital displays in devices such as television screens, computer monitors, portable systems such as smartphones, handheld game consoles and PDAs. A major area of research is the development of white OLED devices for use in solid-state lighting applications.

Blood Oxygen Heart Rate Meter

“This instructables show how to use MAX30102, XIAO and a tiny display to build a blood oxygen and heart rate meter. This project use Maxim Integrated MAX30102 Biosensor to detect pulse oximeter and heart rate. However, the official sample is …

Pulse oximeter using Arduino

“Hello friends, this is an Pulse Oximeter which measures Oxygen Saturationon blood aslo measures HeartBeat rate just using your finger. At thisCORONA pandemic pulse Oximeter is very essential to measure heartbeat and oxygen levels.”

Wi-Fi Controlled Stepper Motor With an ESP Microcontroller

“I recently came across this video and decided to modify the project to control a stepper motor and add an OLED display. In this quick, little project, let’s learn how to control a stepper motor’s position from a …

Glowing Air-Bubble Clock in Water

““Glowing Air-Bubble Clock in Water” displays the time and some graphics by illuminated air-bubbles in water. - font: 8 bits width - display area: roughly 200mm height x 90mm width. - The viscosity of water is low and the bubbles rise too fast …

Project  PnPAssist

PnPAssist

“PnPAssist is a tool that helps you to assemble PCB boards manually. The PnPAssist is an open source innovative CNC table that position the next SMT component with a proper orientation for you to make hand assembly a lot more …

Smart Thermometer Using Esp-01F and Web Socket

“In one of the previous instructable, we saw how to make a simple thermometer with ATTINY 85 which can last for 140days with a single battery and it still works great after 40+ days with the same battery I showed …

Running Faucet Alarm

“Detect running faucet using low powered i. MXRT1010 development board and Edge Impulse Studio. Overview Poor memory are only a few of the many unpleasant experiences that accompany old age and these problems can have far-reaching implications on the comfort …

TinyPhoto: Embedded Graphics and Low-Fat Computing

“TinyPhoto is a small rotating photobook embedded graphics project that uses the low-power ATtiny85 microcontroller (3mA) and a 128×64 pixel OLED display (c.5-10mA typical, 15mA max). This combination can deliver at least 20 hrs of continuous play on …

Activewear Suggestion Station

“Understanding the attire for your morning run based on differences in indoor & outdoor heat indexes built on Particle and local weather data The quest to wear the right clothing based on the difference between indoor and outdoor heat indexes when …

Desk Calculator with CircuitPython

“Consider the humble calculator. Now just an app that you always have with you on your telephone, an electronic calculator used to be a technological marvel. In this project, you’ll build your own calculator with an Adafruit Feather RP2040 …