TinyScreen is a miniature color display that can also be programmed to provide phone notifications and watch videos

TinyScreen is a miniature customizable display that lets you play games, get phone notifications, watch videos, and display useful information on a color OLED screen the size of your thumb. It has been developed by Ohio-based company TinyCircuits, who are makers of tiny open source electronics. This is their second Kickstarter project, after the huge success of their first project (the TinyDuino) enabled them to set up a full design and manufacturing operation.

TinyScreen has been designed to display information from the TinyDuino platform, which stack together like little electronic Lego's. A number of default apps have been developed, which can be used with no programming at all, including a smart watch, video player, and video game app.

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