OLED, which is known as an Organic Light Emitting Diode is commonly utilized to create digital displays in electronic devices. Used in smartphones, handheld games, etc. So, in this tutorial, we are going to interface " OLED (I2C) with ATtiny85 - Hello World Program".

The 12C OLED display is a lightweight, super easy, and flexible device. It's very compact and generates a brighter image. It's easy to handle because it requires only two pins. Even it's compact but still has a built-in Graphic display data of 1KB. They composed the memory of 8 pages. 

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Circuit Diagram


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#include "SSD1306_minimal.h"
#include <avr/pgmspace.h>

#define DEG "\xa7" "C"

SSD1306_Mini oled; // Declare the OLED object

void splash() {
 oled.clear(); // Clears the display

 oled.cursorTo(0, 0); // x:0, y:0
 oled.printString("   Hello World!");
 oled.cursorTo(0, 10); // x:0, y:23
 oled.printString("     ATtiny85!");
 oled.cursorTo(0, 20); // x:0, y:23
 oled.printString("   Circuits DIY");
 oled.cursorTo(0, 30); // x:0, y:23

void setup() {
 oled.init(0x3C); // Initializes the display to the specified address
 oled.clear(); // Clears the display
 delay(1000); // Delay for 1 second
 splash(); // Write something to the display (refer to the splash() method

Working Explanation

 To interface OLED (I2C) with ATtiny85, follow the circuit diagram. Upload the above code ATtiny85. Give supply to the circuit and you will see the "hello world" and other strings (that were written in the code) on your OLED display. You can print some other strings and numbers by using the same code sketch.