If you're interested in experimenting with older technology standards such as VT100 terminal emulation, or would prefer a portable unit to display serial text from your Arduino instead of using a connected PC then the following by Martin K. Schröder solves the problem nicely.
Martin has used an inexpensive Arduino-compatible board to receive incoming serial text that can also be encoded with VT100 escape sequences to allow easier formatting of the text on the screen or display used.
This is an interesting combination of the past and also a useful debugging device for portable mircrocontroller applications, so visit Martin's github page to get started. And for more, we're on facebook, twitter and Google+, so follow us for news and product updates as well.
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