Here's a question: do I need a shield to connect the display to the mega or can I connect it using the cables like I've seen some do on Youtube?Edit.And another: would a NodeMCU be a good idea for remote sensors?
The display is a MD070SD - 7 Inch 800 x 480 TFT Touch LCD Display Module MCU Bus CPLD SDRAM For Arduino AVR STM32 ARM
How is that going to work with a Mega?...R
I'm guessing by your reply your saying I can't. But THIS guy managed it.
If someone has done it then s/he is the person to ask....R
Sorry. I know nothing about the Due or NodeMCU....R
I guess we have to start somewhere and the bottom is as good a place as any ...
You may have to, but I have no immediate interest in the Due or NodeMCU ...R
I'll move this thread to the Due section for you.
Ok, I've "jumped the gun" so to speak.<...>
<...>How difficult would it be to have several remote battery powered sensors consisting of an XBee, Arduino Nano plus a sensor of some sort, ultrasonic, 3 axis accelerometer, camera, for example. Transmitting live data to be displayed and stored on a central battery powered device consisting of a 7 inch LCD touchscreen, Arduino Due, XBee and an SD card module? <...>