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AirScooter
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I think it's two (L's). 

I recently saw a mini weather station that used the esp32 and Lillygo T5 e-paper for the display. I don't think you have touched on this, but I think it would be fun to build with your help.

I think many of us have an extra esp32 sitting waiting for something like this.

Thank you for all your hard work.

Dave Lowa (AirScooter)

Winston-Salem, NC

 

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DroneBot Workshop
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I actually have been thinking about doing an episode about using e-Ink (or e-Paper, same thing) displays, although the ones I have are HATs for the Raspberry Pi.  

Posted by: @airscooter

I think many of us have an extra esp32 sitting waiting for something like this.

I assume you are speaking of something like this?  If so then you wouldn't need an "extra ESP32", as this module has the ESP32 already built-in.

I'll certainly consider this as a topic, although of course, I'll need to get a few of these units.

I'd also like to invite comments, has anyone else used one of these devices?

Thanks for the suggestion!

😎

Bill

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