Only a matter of extended cost and a way to use only one at a time (but I assume I can do that anyway with the bonnet).
The overall plan is to use it it a HUD set-up where it would show me certain variables on the fly. of course I’m far from achieving that level of detail and would have to figure out how to have everything placed.
That I can focus on once I have it connected and understand how to interact with it using python.
I just need a starting ground, which would mostly be, how to set-up the pins, then how to interact with it using python and from there, I should be fine with little bits of tutorials and help here or there.
I’ve asked on the adafruit site but am unsure as to when I’ll get a reply. Thank you again for replying and helping me get this goal somewhat closer to realization.
Ah, I realized why I didn’t want the bonnet, it’s mainly to use the least space possible and be able to access other pins. (I think the bonnet allows access, so it would then fall down to size.)
The plan is to have the pi placed in the back of a helmet with the screens to the side of the eyes.
Apologies if this is a jumble of words.