2021-01-07 (Th) Electronic Wind Chimes EWC_OST

I printed and applied some labels to mark my operators' function and so the project looked more professional.

The centerpiece of this project is the color screen in the middle. It will show four moods, one in each corner, and a description or an instrument list. I chose this screen because it plugged directly into the Arduino MEGA, so there would be a small chance I would misconnect it, and it cost less than $15USD. I found a library and installed it. To my delight, it worked, but everything was mirrored and rotated 180º. I dug a little and found that if I changed the model number from the default "CTE32HR" to the one in my module, "ILI9486" the rotation and mirroring effect disappeared.
Labels and display

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