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SSD1306 and Python with the BeagleBone Black

Posted on Wednesday, February 5th, 2014 in library, OLED by DP

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Ethan Zonca of Protofusion writes:

The SSD1306 is an OLED display made with SPI and I2C interfaces. With a simple Python library I adapted (a modified version of py-gaugette), it is easy to render text, images (from bitmaps of pretty much any format), progress bars, etc. This guide is a bit on the long side, but should walk you through the whole process.

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One Response to “SSD1306 and Python with the BeagleBone Black”

  1. chinna says:

    Hello,
    I am to implement a project in which i need to write the program for OLED SSD1306. So, if you can forward the code of the OLED display so that i can edit the code as per my component and use that code . so please try to help me by sending the code of the SSD1306.

    thankyou in advance.

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