Simple I2C SSD1306 driver for AVR

Posted on Wednesday, January 28th, 2015 in AVR, library by DP


Jean THOMAS of TiBounise writes:

I wrote a small SSD1306 library for AVR, with a framebuffer.
It even features a small simulator to let you have a preview of what it’ll look like on the OLED screen without having to upload again and again code to your development board.

The library is released under a very permissive license, to allow people to integrate it without any constraints.

Available on Github.

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2 Responses to “Simple I2C SSD1306 driver for AVR”

  1. hassan says:

    which compiler is used

  2. hassan says:

    which compiler is used
    is it used with bascom

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