I'm looking to have a few hundred frames placed on a sd card(fat16/fat32) and have a Teensy 2++ flip through them. I didnt really find any proof of existence in a quick google search, I did see many people saying the library for the lcd and the library for sd card, requires alot of space.
I also saw the lcd library can have images converted and loaded into eeprom although atmel eeprom specs are high most needs at 100,000 read write cycles... In about 200 days I'd exceed that limit, and The target life I'm trying to reach is around 10 years.
Teensy 2++ specs: Flash: 130048 kb RAM Memory: 8192 kb
I know i'm faced with with a lack of ram to load a raw file containing 8192 of 1's and 0's into the ram of the teensy, but is it possible to have teensy change 1 pixel at a time as it comes straight off the sd card... I read that the ks0108 is buffered does that mean that teensy can edit a existing frame 1 pixel at a time while the frame data is in the ks0108's control?
any suggestions on what works what doesnt?