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Clickable OLED display with ATMEGA32

Posted on Wednesday, October 27th, 2010 in AVR, OLED by Ian

The Teeny AVR Media Thing is a 96×64 OLED display with a click screen interface. It plays video and renders 3D graphics from an AVR32 ATMEGA32 8bit microcontroller.

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2 Responses to “Clickable OLED display with ATMEGA32”

  1. jkx says:

    This is not an AVR32. AVR32 are 32 bits micro-controller ..

    This is a Atmega32 which is a small 8 bits micro.

    Bye

  2. dominon says:

    This Atmega32 is in Atmega32U4 version, with USB protocol. So basic version of Atmega32 will not be compatibile.

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