Fascinating details of Waveshare e-paper displays

Posted on Thursday, November 9th, 2017 in part review by DP


Erich Styger has a nice write-up on Waveshare e-paper displays:

I have used E-Ink displays in projects three years ago, but from that time the technology has greatly evolved. That time displays were hard to get, expensive and difficult to use. Now things seem to change with e-ink displays available to the maker market :-). I’m able to get a 128×296 pixel e-paper display for $10! And for little more money I can have displays with black/white/red colors!

More details at MCU on Eclipse homepage.

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  1. KH says:

    Fantastic post. Looking forward to seeing more e-ink e-paper modules in projects.

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