2D Graphics Display on Vybrid Controller - Demo

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Demo Owner: Juan Antonio Gutierrez Rosas

Juan Gutierrez, applications engineer at NXP Semiconductor, demonstrates the 2D graphics responsiveness and versatility of the Vybrid controller.

 

 

 

 

Features

  • 2D graphics responsiveness and versatility of the Vybrid Processor controller
  • Single Vybrid driving the LCD controller running using interface to control settings for 2 different zones
  • Entire demo does not use any graphics processing unit. The graphics seen are rendered and animated using the Vybrid's display control unit
  • memory accesses done using Direct memory Accesses (DMA) to free most of the ARM core to focus on other tasks
  • Easier to program than a typical graphic processor
  • 1.5 MB of on chip static RAM. The demo does not use external memory

Featured NXP Products


Links

  • VF3xx: Vybrid family with ARM® Cortex™-A5, 1.5MB SRAM, LCD, security, 2x Ethernet, L2 switch
  • VF5xx: Vybrid family with ARM® Cortex™-A5, 1.5MB SRAM, LCD, security, 2x Ethernet, L2 switch
  • VF6xx: Vybrid family with ARM® Cortex™-A5 + Cortex-M4, 1.5MB SRAM, LCD, security, 2x Ethernet, L2 switch

 

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