Binary sketch size: 9584 bytes (of a 32256 byte maximum)
My project involves several other parts including some way to output audio (haven't figured that out yet either) and an XBee radio.
What about this one?http://www.adafruit.com/blog/2011/02/15/new-product-2-8-16-bit-color-tft-lcd-with-touchscreen-breakout-board/That has 240×320 pixels. The example sketch (a simple paint program) used:Code: [Select]Binary sketch size: 9584 bytes (of a 32256 byte maximum)
QuoteMy project involves several other parts including some way to output audio (haven't figured that out yet either) and an XBee radio.One XBee radio, huh? Have you a clue what XBee radios are?What will you be doing with audio? Converting digital data to analog for output as audio? This is not a trivial task. Converting analog (audio) data to digital form is even more difficult, given the speed (or lack thereof) of the Arduino's analog to digital converter.
As with many projects, your real question should be budget. There are MANY options for displays that can be VERY impressive and use next to no memory, only a serial library (I have a great display that users SPI), and there are shields for audio all over the place. What's the budget?
By the way - do the XBee radios actually go 300 feet? With or without obstructions?
Depends on which XBee radio you are referring to. Some of them have much larger ranges than that.The Series 1 XBees that I have, with the wire antenna, have no problem with 100 foot range, through walls. I've never tested them beyond that, because I'm to lazy to walk that far back and forth to check.