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Arduino and TFT LCD tutorial

Posted on Friday, February 18th, 2011 in Arduino, documentation, how-to, LCD by the machinegeek

LCD displays of the 2×16 variety are a good way of getting feedback from your Arduino project. If you want a more enhanced visual experience, a thin-film transistor (TFT) LCD is the superior way to go. This tutorial by Tronixstuff describes a way use the the 4D Systems 1.44″ TFT serial interface LCD with Arduino. Instructions are provided on changing the display’s resident firmware (if necessary, depending the version of TFT), and how to communicate text and graphics from the Arduino using either serial communications or the displayshield4d library.

This segment is the latest in a series of Arduino tutorials posted by Tronixstuff.

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