Note: Kits are only available to pick up at HeatSync Labs in Mesa, AZ (108 W Main St, Mesa, AZ 85201). They will not be shipped.
If you would like to purchase a kit, you can use the Venmo QR Code provided to pay the $10. Your order will then be linked with your Venmo account and be available to pickup at HeatSync Labs within 3 days.
Open up Microcontroller and insert each side into its own breadboard.
Expose sticky foam pads on bottom of breadboards
Press breadboards to the wooden breadboard on the left side with the USB connector facing out the left hand side.
Open up the Joystick Module
Apply the foam square to the bottom of it. Stick the joystick module to the right side of the wooden breadboard with the pins facing up.
Open up the screen module
Put the screen module into the bottom breadboard with the leftmost pin (ground) lining up with the ground pin on the microcontroller. One pin on the right hand side of the breadboard will be empty.
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