The code is currently parked so that dynamic updating is off. The current approach takes too long to update and it disrupts the audio processing. We had planned on updating that code this week, but I’ve gotten my first kidney stones for Christmas. No worries, but it’s hard to refactor performant code when you’re dancing away those stones.
We’re going to be working on a short term code solution after the NYE celebrations. This should give you slow, but reasonable output (~2-10 Hz). The longterm solution will probably involve throwing a microcontroller in-line with the OLEDs. We have a solution that would involve replacing the PCB1010, so there is a free upgrade path for beta users.
A real-time scope isn’t likely to be possible on these OLEDs, but it should be fully possible after the hardware update to display a numerical values in real-time (~20-25 Hz).
After we get the performance upgrade, we’ll work on making it easy to display text and numbers without a lot of code or objects.
The code is currently here, but I swear it’s a headache until next week: https://github.com/Believotron/Axoloti-Patches/tree/master/Believotron/objects/OLED
Thank you for your patience.