NEW GUIDE ALERT: MagTag Sports Schedule Viewer @adafruit @johnedgarpark #adafruit
“Who’s playing today?” “What time’s the game?” “What channel is it on?” This guide aims to solve these common questions of sports fans everywhere! The MagTag Sports Schedule Viewer guide shows you how to build an E-Ink display, WiFi enabled project that grabs the daily sports feed from ESPN’s API and displays the game data you need!
This MagTag project puts your daily sports schedule right on your fridge. Check out the upcoming games in any sport covered by the ESPN API, including NCAA basketball, NHL hockey, NFL football, college baseball, Italia Serie A soccer, and more.
You can press a button to advance to the next game in the series, and any final games will display their score as well!
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