Real-time 3D on an ATmega328
Recently I bought an Arduino Nano for less than € 5.- and a really tiny OLED display.
I wondered if you could display real-time 3D graphics on the OLED display and if so, how fast would it be.
After some tests the result was surprisingly good that means by far not that bad as expected.
Generate your own sketch
Drag and drop your own 3D model in the area below and copy & paste the generated sketch to your IDE.
Be careful which 3D model you use e.g. if you run the code on an Arduino Nano there is
limited memory. The Arduino Nano has 2kb of sram and 30kb of flash memory.