Mikromedia for PIC18FK — build multimedia applications with speed and ease
Posted by Lana Vulic on 21 April 2017 04:40 PM
The easiest way to interact with electronics is through a GUI. In the best case scenario the graphic user interface is intuitive, easy to use and functional. Our newest mikromedia will allow you to build and design exactly that. mikromedia for PIC18FK has a 320×240 TFT color display and carries the PIC18FK microcontroller.
mikromedia for PIC18FK
Even if you are a beginner, you can start designing an application.
320×240 TFT Color Display with Touch Screen and Stereo MP3 Codec chip and the microSD™ card are the main highlights of this mikromedia.
The download section of the page has everything you need to get started: the Bootloader application, schematics, manuals, examples, etc.
In case you want to save pictures, or any other kind of media, the microSD memory card, and 8Mbit Serial Flash Memory has got you covered.
Clicker 2 for PIC18FK
Yesterday we released the clicker 2 that carries the same microcontroller as the mikromedia today. You could say that things are moving fast. As fast as the 64MHz operating frequency of the PIC18FK, with 16 MIPS.
For more information about the mikromedia for PIC18FK see the product page.
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SmartGLCD – enough space to save pictures, music and other media
Posted by Lana Vulic on 03 February 2017 04:40 PM
When building a user interface you want something simple and intuitive, easy to use and understand. One of the best ways to do this is with a smart display. You get a display, a touch screen, a processor, a graphic controller and much more.
Theodor from electronza.com has made a really nice review of our SmartGLCD 240×128 Board. Take a look what he has to say about the resolution, size of the screen and the inner workings of the SmartGLCD.
SmartGLCD 240×128 Board is a full-featured tool for easy development of embedded graphical applications using PIC18F87K22 device.
There is enough space to save pictures, music or other media on the microSD card, and implement it into your application.
Smart GLCD – mikromedia comparison
Even though the mikromedia boards use TFT and have better resolution than the SmartGLCD, as Todor says:
For more information about the SmartGLCD take a look at the product page.
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