The gyroscope is a MPU6050, a Python library for which is available from @adamjezek98 here on Github.
Both the ssd1306 display and the MPU6050 gyroscope-accelerometer communicate via I2C. Helpfully they’re also on different channels, so we don’t need to do any funny stuff to talk to them both at the same time. They both connect to the main Wemos D1 Mini ESP-12 controller.
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