#RaspberryPi Pico: Working OLED

OK, so I’ve finally got a 128×64 SSD1306 OLED working in both MicroPython and the C++ SDK.

You’re probably best off cloning my git repo:

git clone https://github.com/blippy/rpi/tree/master/1306

Navigate to the relevant directory:

cd rpi/1306


Upload ssd1306.py s onto the Pico. Then, from Thonny (or whatever), connect to the Pico and run the demo program pico1306.py. Easy peasy.


Do the following usual stuff:

cd pico-sdk
mkdir build
cd build
cmake ..

Then upload the uf2 file onto the board.

I’m assuming that you have the development environment set up correctly.

It supports an 8×8 font and drawing at pixels.

Have fun.

128×32 OLEDs are not yet supported. Stay tuned. OLEDs are quite nice devices. Small, and illuminated.

About mcturra2000

Computer programmer living in Scotland.
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