The µVGA-II(SGC) is a compact & cost effective drop in embedded graphics engine that will deliver stand-alone functionality to your project. The simple to use embedded commands not only control background color but can produce text in a variety of sizes as well as draw shapes in 256 colors while freeing up the host processor from processor hungry screen control functions. This means a simple micro-controller with a standard serial interface can drive the module with ease.
Wednesday, October 12, 2011
Our Arduino Micrometer Project is off and running. We have the speech module up and running, and now the VGA output module. It's a simple serial interface and only uses two i/o ports. We are using the PICASO QVGA/VGA/WVGA Graphics Controller from Sparkfun - http://www.sparkfun.com/products/10329
Posted by Steve Spence at 7:13 PM