TAINAN CITY, Taiwan, September 14, 2016 /PRNewswire/ —
The partial update display driving technology has been integrated into the graphics libraries of the semiconductor vendors supported, these including Texas Instruments (TI) and Microchip. Examples of application areas for this type of technology are smart home devices such as thermostats and home appliances; Internet of Things (IoT) applications like alarm systems, sensor devices and public information boards; and personal devices such as name badges, healthcare devices and electronic bag tags.
A video example of the partial update being used on a variety of different display sizes with external timing controllers (eTCs) from PDi is available on the Pervasive Displays website together with the source code for use with the new EPD Extension Kit.
PDi has also implemented partial update with the TITM TivaWare Graphics Library (grlib) for its internal timing controllers (iTC) driver displays. Demo videos are available on the website for thermostat, human machine interface (HMI) and smart home applications. Developers can obtain the new EXT2 Kit from Pervasive Displays to preview the partial update effect on full images using displays with iTCs.
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For more information: http://www.pervasivedisplays.com .
Charming Su, Director of Product Management and Field Applications, Pervasive Displays, 4F, No.28, Chuangye Road, Tainan Science Park, Tainan City (74144) Taiwan (R.O.C.) Tel +886 6279 5399 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
SOURCE Pervasive Displays