I am working on some Arduino biometric designs perhaps for a new book. So far I have created the two line 1602 LCD display and now the Nokia 84×48 display. The Nokia display is more fun to work with since I can do a oscilloscope like display across the screen. I am working on writing code that works with both an Arduino UNO and with the ESP8266 or the “D1” board.
You can connect a NOKIA display easily using a header extender. You only need to connect five pins this way. The other two are power and ground and they use jumpers to 3.3 Volts and ground.
More details on My Commentary and Technical help blog.
Check out the video after the break.