evive has multiple feedback modes, both visual and auditory. Given below is a brief description of feedback available in evive.
evive has an inbuilt piezo buzzer, which is an electronic device commonly used to produce sound or tone. The piezo buzzer is connected to digital pin 46 of Arduino Mega and is controlled via PWM.
evive has a 1.8” TFT Display which is mainly used for visual feedback. The display has a 128 x 160 color pixel. The TFT driver (ST7735R) can display full 18-bit color (262,144 shades).
evive has 1 single-color and 2 dual-color programmable LEDs, along with fixed LEDs for serial communication, power indication, and battery charging status.
In conclusion, evive has a range of feedback modes to provide users with visual, auditory, and programmable feedback. The piezo buzzer, TFT screen, and programmable LEDs are all useful tools that can be used to provide feedback and control evive‘s operations.