The old TVout library has a demo of a spinning 3D wireframe cubehttps://github.com/cbmeeks/arduino-tvout/blob/master/examples/DemoPAL/DemoPAL.pde
I created a Mac/Linux program to take animated GIFs and turn them into a compact form that's easy to play back (my own byte oriented compression). The player code doesn't need any RAM and runs well on an ATtiny85.
Yes, I am aware of that. But I suspect that he has a pretty good knowledge of how to decode a regular GIF.It would be interesting to know if it can be done with Uno-size SRAM.Yes, I am sure that you can invent a special format. But you would need to process every standard GIF into this special format before you use it. Not as convenient as using standard PC tools like IrfanView.David.
It is the same also for small GIF?Because Bodmer was able to decode JPEG on a Mega (SRAM 8Kb)https://github.com/Bodmer/JPEGDecoderand I used his library on a STM32F103 with 20Kb SRAM.Anyway maybe an ESP8266 or an ESP32 can do that?
....I have attached an image of a Star Wars AT-AT that someone might animate:.....Done.