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Jakebot

I'm working on a little project with a circular Sharp Memory LCD panel, and I'm having some difficulty getting the Adafruit GFX tests running on it. I have gotten one set of tests running, found here on Github: https://github.com/MakerDyne/Memory-LCD



These tests from MakerDyne perform well, but they are very rudimentary, and I'd like to get the Adafruit libraries working so I have more tools at my disposal. I got the MakerDyne test working by changing the default pixel count from 96x96 to 128x128 (the height and width of my LCD panel), but when I try this with the "Adafruit_SHARP_Memory_Display" sketch, the Arduino compiler says that the Arduino Uno has run out of memory.

From here I tried moving on to another library which used the Adafruit GFX found here: https://github.com/hybernaut/SharpMemoryLcd

When I tried out this library (and changed the pixel dimensions to 128x128), I was able to get the panel to display something, but the image is very distorted and striped.

Does anyone have advice for how I can get the adafruit graphics to work with my round LCD panel? Please let me know if I've left out any details which might help!

-Jake

Jakebot

Just to clarify some details about the LCD panel itself, it's a 0.99" Sharp Memory Display model LS010B7DH01: http://www.sharpmemorylcd.com/0_99-inch-memory-lcd.html, and the breakout board I'm using is from Kuzyatech: http://kuzyatech.com/sharp-memory-lcd-breakout-a2

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boocky

Did you manage to rectify your problem? I'm looking at doing something similar with the same component.

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