Learn MicroView

a Chip-sized Arduino with built-in OLED Display

Quick Startby JP Liew

Thank you backing our Kickstarter project. Before we get underway with setting up your MicroView, you should make sure you have got everything you need. Unboxing and setting up your MicroView Remove all parts from the SparkFun packaging. Identify PIN 1 of MicroView based on the following diagrams: In this...

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Creating Fonts for MicroViewby JP Liew

From the previous article General Overview of MicroView, we have covered how the MicroView library allocates 384 bytes of RAM as screen buffer from ATmega328P to perform graphic operations before transferring this block of memory to the SSD1306 OLED controller’s memory. The following diagram shows how two 5x8 pixel characters...

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General Overview of MicroViewby JP Liew

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 64x48 pixel OLED display, together with other passive components that allow...

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Getting Started with MicroViewby JP Liew

In order to get your MicroView up and running, there are four easy steps to follow: Prepare MicroView for programming Choose Arduino software Select the right board Run your first sketch STEP 1 - Prepare MicroView for Programming Once you have finished the FTDI Drivers installation, you will need to...

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