From January 14 until midnight on February 3, you can support the Tinusaur – programming, math, and physics education platform, at the finals of the Social Entrepreneurship Competition “THE CHANGE” 2019. With just one click, you can promote the project to be among the three finalists, of which the experts, the Children’s Jury, and users … Read more
Our SSD1306xLED library works well with the SSD1306 displays, it is small as binary code and is very fast. But, there was a problem … Several months ago we ordered some displays from the Far East and we expected them to work just fine. Unfortunately, they did not. And the problem was not in our … Read more
It isn’t hard to get one of those OLED displays from eBay or another place. They are usually controlled by SSD1306 chip – one of the most popular. Such displays could be used for a number of things – from just learning to control them and showing some text/numbers/graphics, display sensors’ data or even creating … Read more
The Tinusaur Project is an educational platform that provides students, teachers, and makers with the tools to learn, teach and make things. We’ve been developing this since 2013 and it started because we needed such tools for our own courses. It is now used in a few schools and universities, both private and government in … Read more
We are launching a crowdfunding campaign for the Tinusaur OLED Display Kit and this its page: https://www.crowdsupply.com/tinusaur/oled-display-kit Meet the Tinusaur team at the FOSDEM in Brussels, Belgium on February 2nd and 3rd. Would you like to contact us and meet at the event or have a question about our platform? Fill out the form below.
We have just launched our crowdfunding campaign at Crowd Supply for the Tinusaur OLED Display Kit – a bundle of boards and modules that allows you to connect an ATtiny85 microcontroller to an SSD1306 OLED display. This is a kit so you have to assemble the boards yourself by soldering the parts to the PCB … Read more
UPDATE 2022: The MAX7219LED8x8 library, now renamed to MAX7219tiny has now a new home at tinusaur.com/libraries/max7219tiny. Check also this MAX7219 & ATtiny85 tutorial to learn how the library works. The MAX7219 controller manufactured by Maxim Integrated is a compact, serial input/output common-cathode display driver that could interface microcontrollers to 64 individual LEDs, 7-segment numeric LED displays of up to 8 digits, bar-graph … Read more