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Teeny Tiny build using Bubble display and Femtoduino

Posted on Wednesday, April 8th, 2015 in Arduino by DP

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Phillipe Cantin published a new build:

I just received a bunch of those really cool QDSP-6064 Bubble Displays and I had to build something with them right away.
I quickly tried it using the sample code and, as I was doing that, I immediately wanted to build a small device combining this display with a femtoduino and a small LiPo battery. I ordered two Femtoduino quite some times ago but never did anything with them. I knew they would come handy one day. Then intent of this build is to eventually make something wearable.

Project info at¬†Phillipe’s blog.

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  1. Thanks guys for this post. Feel free to ask me questions either here or on my original post

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