I developed several libraries for my projects. Drivers to access special hardware and other useful tools. Most of them are published as a repository on my GitHub page.
There is a detailed post or documentation for a few of them. Browse the list below to find these pages.
Sharp Display Driver 8×8 Timer 2
This is a compact display driver for the LS013B4DN04 display from Sharp. It is text based and writes 8×8 pixel ...
Compact Text Based Driver for Sharp Display
Update 2015-09-10: I also added a timer 2 based version of the driver which does not need any manual refresh ...
Sharp Display Driver 8×8
This is a compact display driver for the LS013B4DN04 display from Sharp. It is text based and writes 8×8 pixel characters ...
A New Library for Meggy Jr RGB
I planed to create a game as a gift and use the really great Meggy Jr RGB platform for it ...
If you look into the code for my projects, you can find many useful implementations. Have a look at these:
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How to used 12×12 characteres with your library Sharp display driver ?
Thanks a lot
Hi, sorry I do not understand your question. Can you rephrase it?
I use your library Sharp display driver.
I want to display a text with characters of 12×12 pixels or more (16×16) , how to do this ?
Thanks a lot
This is not possible with my current driver. The goal of my driver is a very low memory and power usage. I use a 8×8 pixel font, because a character can be easily stored as 8 bytes and these bytes can be sent directly to the display without bit shifting and conversion.
You need to write your own display driver to support 12×12 or 16×16 pixel fonts. Or if memory and power is no problem for your project, use the drivers from Adafruit.