2020-12-03 (Th) IoTHackDay2020 Cloud Ouija

The screen on the side showed the current question while the puck slid along and answered it, but I thought it would be more useful if the screen kept track of the letters as they appeared. I thought I would have to refresh the entire screen each time I input a new letter over the serial connection. The drivers allowed me to send further letters whenever it was convenient, and it would restart on the next line if there were not enough room. I did have a problem with words splitting, so in this example, where I spelled out, "Hello friend," I put five spaces after Hello.
"Hello friend"

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