Posts Tagged "teensy"

Interfacing a TFT_320QVT LCD/Touchscreen/SD to a Teensy 3.0

I’m working on a project which needs a touchscreen LCD. After searching eBay for a while, I noticed that many vendors were selling basically the same 3.2″ 320×240 TFT with resistive touchscreen and SD card reader. Though there were slight variations in the silkscreens, they all had the same model number – TFT_320QVT. I bought [...]

Teensy 3.0 – First Look

I recently backed Paul Stoffregen’s Teensy 3.0 on Kickstarter.  Paul is a contributor to the Arduino project, and is the creator of the Teensy line of AVR-based Arduino compatible boards.  Of all of the projects on Kickstarter that I have backed, the Teensy 3.0 was the by far the fastest to ship after the close [...]

Teensy 3.0

I just backed the Teensy 3.0 on Kickstarter.  It’s designed by Paul Stoffregen, the same wizard behind the Arduino-compatible Teensy boards.  It sports a 32-bit ARM Cortex-M4 chip, and is programmable via Arduino and C.  This looks like it’s going to be a great platform for building embedded projects that need more power than the [...]