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I’m working on a pedometer project for my dog, with a Flora, a neopixel ring, and a flora LSM303. The Hardware is pretty much done, but I wondered if you have any tips on the “activity” detection on the programming side.
Are LCD displays (like the Standard LCD 16×2 in the shop) compatible with FLORA? I want to attach a temperature and humidity sensor (DHT22 or DHT11) to a jacket and display the data on the coat somehow. LCD display is the only thing I can think of (that currently exists) which could do this. If you have any other suggestions for a display please let me know!