Yes lots of ways to do this and still have room for a wave shield.Mark
so any pointers would be greatly appreciated!
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Now Paul he won't even get the joke if he is new. It I can see the temptation.
OPWhat sort of screen are you thinking of, arduino and graphics output are possible but it is normally low res stuff that does not look too cool.
My only concern with buying an Uno is that I won't have enough pins
It is easy to get extra input / output pins by using shift registers or port expanders.The wave shield takes lots of resource to drive, incorporate it into your design from day one otherwise you will not be able to tack it on at the end.
You only need (1) switch.
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