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1  Forum 2005-2010 (read only) / Development / Re: Arduino library for 4D Systems OLED displays on: December 29, 2010, 01:05:04 pm
You must keep in mind that these display shield do not come allways with the right firmware. You will need the latest SGC firmware in order the work with the library. It succefully worked on the 96 and 128 shields for me. If your display have GFX firmware, the library will not work. 4D Systems allways recomend to update the firmware prior to use the display.
Also the powerdown function is not used for now and the library is allmost under development.

In the next days i will place a new update of the library (currently the r6 version) with some improvments from many guys who contact me about the lib. Of course, feel free to contribute on the Google code repository, just ask me smiley

Best regards,
Oscar Gonzalez
2  Forum 2005-2010 (read only) / Development / Arduino library for 4D Systems OLED displays on: December 18, 2010, 07:45:06 pm
Hi there,
I would like to share here a new little library i wrote for the micro-OLED displays from 4D Systems. It is initialy for the 4Display-Shield boards for Arduino but since all these displays works with serial commands to draw full color graphics, it will works too on the following single displays:

- uOLED-96
- uOLED-128
- uOLED-160
- uLCD-144

The display must use the SGC (Serial Graphic Commands) firmware to work. The library is called DisplayShield4d and can be downloaded from Google code here:

Of course is open source and licenced under the GNU GPL v3 license. You can use, share, modify and contribute as well! smiley

This new library is tested on the Arduino 0021 and works well even if they don't have all the functions yet, you can draw full colored lines, circles, rectangles, triangles and text. I will add more functions soon. A demo sketch is available too on the repository.

Also i've do a little demo video (yes, in spanish!) to let you see how is done:

Hope this little library help and any comments will be very apreciated!

Oscar Gonzalez
3  Forum 2005-2010 (read only) / Español / Re: Controlando LCD 320-PMD2 on: December 18, 2010, 07:32:50 pm
Aunque el post es algo antiguo, quiero dejar esto por aqui para quien puede serle de ayuda. La librería que he hecho hace tiempo (oled160drv.h) indicada en la web de JennyLC es obsoleta. Recientemente he publicado una nueva versión más actualizada de la librería que ya no es un simple fichero sino una cmpleta librería que se instala en el directorio /libraries del entorno de Arduino. No tiene aún todas las funciones pero soporta todas las genéricas tales como lineas, circulos, rectangulos y textos. Iré implementando más funciones poco a poco.

La librería se llama DisplayShield4d y la podeis descargar aqui:

Espero que sea de ayuda para todo aquel se sea poseedor de una de éstas estupendas pantallas de 4D Systems smiley

Oscar Gonzalez
4  Forum 2005-2010 (read only) / Uno Punto Zero / Re: Arduino as a HID Keyboard on: December 18, 2010, 07:32:40 pm
Very nice work, i will try it!
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