Using OLED Displays with Arduino

Using OLED Displays with Arduino
OLED displays are bright, lightweight and visible under a wide range of lighting conditions. They are available with both I2C and SPI interfaces and in this article, I’ll show you how to hook up and use both types with an Arduino.

In addition, we will build an Arduino OLED Temperature and Humidity Meter using an OLED and an I2C temperature and humidity sensor.

Experiments with the RCWL-0516 – Doppler Radar Distance Sensor

RCWL-0516 Microwave Proximity Sensor

The RCWL-0156 is an inexpensive yet useful proximity sensor that can be used on its own or with a microcontroller like an Arduino Uno.

The device is unique in that it uses microwaves and Doppler Radar to detect moving objects

In this article I will show you how the device works on its own and how we can add an Arduino (or two) to create some useful projects

Welcome to the Workshop!

The DroneBot Workshop website will be undergoing a “facelift’ and getting some exciting new features.

These changes will be done over a period of several days.  During this time the website will be operational but some features or pages may be temporarily unavailable.

I apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Hopefully, these changes will make the site an even more useful resource for you.

I would be interested in getting your feedback on the website once these updates are completed.

Thanks for your understanding.

Bill