I’ve finally had some time to get these converted and onto the badge, and figured you may want to see. Since it’s the same 1.8″ ST7735R running the Adafruit code, I’ve included the bitmap files as well. Never know when you might find a use for them. Honestly, they look a ton better than what I expected. If you’re curious and want to take a look at anything about it, it is all open source, of course. Now that I’ve got things set up, I’m looking forward to showing off a few other projects I have. Have a great day!
And here are a bunch of photos, as seen on the show and tell!
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