|Author||Robert Poser firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Maintainer||Robert Poser email@example.com|
|All Versions||1.0.12, 1.0.11, 1.0.8, 1.0.7, 1.0.6, 1.0.5, 1.0.4, 1.0.3, 1.0.2, 1.0.1, 1.0.0|
A Hardware Library for 1.1” E-Paper display (EPD) from Plastic Logic for Adafruits GFX Library. The eInk-based display mimics the appearance of natural paper and is capable of holding text and images indefinitely, even without electricity.
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Welcome to the Paperino docs!
Paperino E-Paper Shield for Particle, Breakout Board and Driver Module (image removed) Paperino E-Paper Shield for Particle, Breakout Board and Driver Module
Hardware Library for the 1.1” E-Paper display (EPD) from Plastic Logic for Adafruits GFX library.
This is the place to get started with your new hardware! ;-) We have divided the documentation into the following sections:
- Hookup Guide - Step-by-step instructions to get your Paperino setup and run within minutes.
- Examples - Ready to use examples for your own inspiration.
- Reference - Datasheets & Application Notes.
- Hardware - Schematics & PCB layouts.
Paperino is an easy to use micro EPD breakout-board for the Photon or other Arduino-compatible microcontrollers. The eInk-based ePaper display mimics the appearance of natural paper and is capable of holding text and images indefinitely, even without electricity. This makes Paperino perfect for your next battery-driven, connected project where the display content changes rarely.
Paperino also integrates an easy to use accelerometer. It extends the EPD by tap-sensing functions and offers portrait/landscape detection. Furthermore you can wake-up your MCU after movement-based events from deep-sleeping, saving battery live during waiting phases.
Recent Arduino IDE releases as well as the Particle & Arduino Web-IDEs include the Library Manager for easy installation. You can install this library by searching for
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This library is open source!
Created by Robert Poser, July 19th 2017, Dresden/Germany Released under BSD license (3-clause BSD license), check license.txt for more informations.
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