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Igor R

One easy question:

How can I calculate the space require to store a bitmap in a dot graphic display?

For example, if I have a display of 128x64 dots


Kind Regards,




Igor R.

mem

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Jul 12, 2009, 08:19 pm Last Edit: Jul 12, 2009, 11:33 pm by mem Reason: 1
total bytes equals width times height times bits per pixel divided by 8

128 x 64 with 8 bits (1 byte) per pixel is 8k bytes

Igor R

Thank you mem!!!

Anyone knows which is the LCD and touch used in LCDash project? (Megasquirt)

It´s a T6963. I´m asking about where I can buy it.






http://lcdash.wikispaces.com/LCD
http://lcdash.wikispaces.com/touchscreen



Regards,

;)

florinc

Why 8 bits per pixel if this is a monochrome display?

mem

In the first post the OP said he would ideally like a color display if possible

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