This colorful Adafruit LCD screen got me thinking how fun it would be to start using a touchscreen display and display the status of a robot. Of course, the easiest way I can do it is to use a microcontroller board like the Arduino.
The TFT display is featured with 8-bit or SPI digital control, a resolution of 480×320 pixels and individual RGB pixel control. Even the TFT black and white display is still popular among hobbyists and hackers, its attributes are less powerful than any color TFT display.
Imagine how awesome is to play with your Arduino and a tiny 5V compatible LCD screen with 3.5″ diagonal. The surface of its resistive layer can detect any pressure on the screen, while the display is playing and show colorful lines, rectangles, text, and more.
Digging deep into its body, the LCD display has a built-in controller with RAM buffer, so that the microcontroller is not used anymore.
For more details, the datasheet, or tutorials check this link.