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  • uOLED demo on YouTube

    All,

    With Atilla's permission, I have posted a short demo video utilizing the uOLED 128 X 128 1MB display module. The link is below.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XctIpaBJGxY[/video]]

    Please feel free to give it a look and pass along the link to anyone that you think might be interested.

    I've also attached the source code (as a .txt file) for the demo in case enyone is interested. It's written in a very simple form of Basic called PBasic which is provided by Parallax, Inc. http://www.parallax.com to program their range of Stamp processors (this demo was run using their BS2p chip). If you're familiar with just about any dialect of Basic, you should be able to follow along.

    I'm working now on getting a better guality video of the built-in self-running demo that runs when you apply power with the shunt installed. If I can get that done, I will also post that on YouTube.

    Best regards, Steve


    Attached files uOLED_Demo.txt (8.4 KB)
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    Thanks Steve, excellent demo and the cinematography was well within hollywood standards. Also thanks for making the code available. Look forward to more of your posts here and youtube.
    P.S. You do weddings by any chance??
    Atilla

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      I posted another video on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ir1jGS4YDds[/video]]

      This one is of the display running the image demo that runs when you power up with the shunt installed (and a very short clip showing the display from several views).

      BTW - Weddings might be easier. Shooting video of a video device in operation is HARD! I'm going to do some research and see if there's a way to do it better (lighting, filtering, etc.).

      Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

      Steve
      Any technology, sufficiently developed, is indistinguishable from magic. A.C. Clark(RIP)

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        Two new videos.

        The first: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mZtrDVvo7Q4[/video]] (link updated 2007-09-01) demonstrates the capabilities of the new uOLED-160-GMD1 (the demo also runs without modification on the uOLED-128-GMD1). The demo is running on a Parallax Propeller chip on a Prop Proto board. I've nearly completed the function library (Spin Object) to support all of the display's commands. The Spin Object is used by the demo program and provides device-independance by taking care of all the command validation, serial commands and recognizes which module 128, 160, etc, is connected and alters the commands before sending them to the display.

        EDIT: The link above is to a new video that now demonstrates the uSD commands for Write Sector, Copy Screen to uSD and Display Image (whole or part) from uSD.

        EDIT: The second video has been moved to the proper section - micro-LCD
        http://www.websitetoolbox.com/tool/post/4d/vpost?id=2056774&pid=19464492#post19464492

        With the PmmC capabilities of these devices, I expect that new features will be added as time goes by making them even more versatile.

        EDIT: 2007-09-01 - The YouTube link above has been updated to point to a video of the new and improved version of the demo.

        Steve
        Any technology, sufficiently developed, is indistinguishable from magic. A.C. Clark(RIP)

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