VFD on AdaFruit I2C LCD Display Shield

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Tony Messina sent in a photo of a display project using the Adafruit12C LCD shield:

I’ve built the RBG LCD shield up with a Noritake CU16025-UW6J
16×2 vacuum fluorescent display. It works great and looks really punk.

Thought you’d also like to note this for compatibility / support of your LCD

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