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E Paper Display & Microsoft Azure Sphere

Interfacing an 2.9" E-Paper display with Microsoft's Azure Sphere Module using Avnet AzSphere SK

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A Library for Interfacing an generic E-Paper display, with SPI Interface, with Microsoft's Azure Sphere Module using Avnet AzSphere SK
ToDo : Add Support for Other Display sizes also.

The project implements a Standard Interface abstraction layer that abstracts the common functions used by each end display into AzSphere_Interface files, and subsequently the main end functions into the respective epd files. 

Main Features implemented are as follows

- qrCode generator Library by ricmoo (https://github.com/ricmoo/QRCode) include and tested with 2.9" EPD display by WaveShare

- paint & GFX library by WaveShare interfaced and tested with 2.9" EPD display by WaveShare

- Image Display functionality added 

- Sample Images Added

- Supports original LUTs by WaveShare ( Added LUTs from U8G2 Arduino Library but not yet implemented ).

- Supports Partial Mode and refresh.

- Added Horse Running Animation to demonstrate partial mode. 

- BareMetal Code, Documented and easy to use. 

  • 1 × Avnet AzSphere MT3620 SK
  • 1 × 2.9" EPD by WaveShare / Good Display

  • Log 2

    Gurinder Singh Gill05/23/2020 at 06:04 0 comments

    NEXT STEPS :- 

    Now started working on the 4.2" Display and somehow I managed to blow up my regulator on the AzSphere SK and killed it. 

    Will update if anything new happens, meanwhile I will try working on the code part and once I get a new hardware or I somehow fix the existing one I will test it out. 

    Will update if any of the above happens .......... ........ .. 

  • Log 1

    Gurinder Singh Gill05/23/2020 at 05:59 0 comments

    Finished with the 2.9" EPD and tested the following 

    - Basic text and Numerical display using font library by STM

    - Displaying Images 

    - Generating QR code with just a text string 

    - Basic animations using partial refresh of EPD 

    So, I have wrapped everything into a small demo code available on GitHub. 

    Thanks for reading :)

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