The High-Performance WVGA LCD Display Module with maXTouch® Technology (AC320005-5) is designed for evaluating the Microchip's graphics display solution and graphics library for 32-bit microcontrollers and microprocessors. This 5-inch display is compatible with both versions of the Multimedia Expansion Board II (DM320005-2 or DM320005-5), as well as with Xplained Pro and Xplained Ultra evaluation kits. This board has a TFT 800 x 480 display with a 24-bit parallel RGB interface with a maXTouch technology capacitive touch interface.
Visual TFT is a Windows application for rapid development of graphical user interfaces on TFT displays. Generates source code for all mikroElektronika compilers: mikroC, mikroBasic and mikroPascal, for all supported MCU architectures, including PIC, dsPIC30/33, PIC24, and PIC32. A fast, intuitive environment with many drag-and-drop components makes building applications easy and fast.
Visual TFT runs on Windows computers and supports all multimedia boards from MikroElektronika, as well as 10 TFT controllers and 5 different display sizes.
The 4D Intelligent Display Module uOLED-128-G2 is a compact and cost-effective display module that utilizes the latest state-of-the-art Passive Matrix OLED PMOLED technology. The embedded GOLDELOX, a highly optimized virtual-core-engine graphics processor delivers stand-alone functionality to any project, allowing for a variety of applications.
The uLCD-32PTU is a compact and cost-effective Intelligent Display Module packed with plenty of features, ready to become the GUI for your target application, and capable of being an interface controller for a number of applications. The uLCD-32PTU is driven by the PICASO graphics processor, which is driven by a highly optimized virtual core engine called EVE Extensible Virtual Engine. An extensive range of hardware and software peripherals have been integrated into the design to give the user the freedom to adapt the module to suit almost any application.
The SK-32PTU is the perfect option for a first-time 4D Systems user. The SK-32PTU is a starter kit that includes a uUSB-PA5 Programming Adaptor, 2GB micro-SD card, and the uLCD-32PTU. The uLCD-32PTU is driven by the PICASO graphics processor, which is driven by a highly optimized virtual core engine called EVE Extensible Virtual Engine. An extensive range of hardware and software peripherals have been integrated into the design to give the user the freedom to adapt the module to suit almost any application.
The Picadillo-35T is a 3.5” 320x480 resolution (Half VGA) Embedded Display Module with Resistive Touch, featuring the Microchip PIC32MX795F512L 32-bit microcontroller and Arduino™/ chipKIT™ style headers for easy attachment of shields, and compatible with UECIDE, MPIDE and MPLAB X Programming IDEs, making this a brilliant display solution with open-source software.
The Digilent PmodOLED Peripheral Module (Digilent 410-222) is perfect for embedded applications requiring small, complex visual output. It is compatible with Digilent's PIC32-based Cerebot development boards (TDGL008, TDGL009, TDGL010), and can be easily connected to any system using standard IDC connectors and cables. An SPI interface is used to communicate with module.
This low-priced item is not eligible for academic discount.
The Mikromedia Board for PIC24 is a palm-sized unit with amazing multimedia capabilities. Based on the PIC24F256GB110 with USB On-The-Go (OTG), it includes a 320 x 240 TFT display with touchscreen, stereo MP3 codec, 8-Mbit serial flash, microSD card slot, headphone jack, and USB connector. Powered by USB, the board can easily play MP3 files from a microSD card with full 320kbps quality.
The mikromedia Workstation v7 (MIKROE-1189) is a development station for use with the following mikromedia boards: TMIK009, TMIK010, TMIK011, TMIK012. Simply plug in your micromedia board (sold separately) and begin development using the extensive on-board features.
Visual Graphics Display Designer is a powerful tool which enables you to easily and effortlessly design your application's GUI letting you to concentrate on the main program.
an IDE for developing complex User Interfaces for embedded projects based on Microchip's GOL (Graphics Object Library) widgets for all supported PIC families: PIC24 and PIC32
a framework for easing repetitive tasks such as laying out the switch structure to handle messages coming from GOL widgets
a tool for converting pictures (and fonts) into suitable form to be used into MPLAB(X) projects
It is based on the power of Visual Studio(c) DesignSurface, and this alone gives it a very big designing power. It adds then a lot of features making developing a Human Machine Interface (HMI) a breeze.