RoboPeak USB Display User Mode SDK is Released

RoboPeak USB Display User Mode SDK

A lot of people asked us: is there a way that we can control our displays more directly, and on more platforms?

Now, we are excited to take the amazing RoboPeak USB Display User Mode SDK to the public.

Highlights

  • Support Windows/OS X/Linux
  • Support x86/arm
  • Direct access to the low-level display operations
  • Fully open source

Features

  • Enumerate all RoboPeak USB Display devices connected (Relative APIs: enumDevices, findFirstDevice, openFirstDevice)
  • Handle touch screen operations (Relative APIs: setStatusUpdatedCallback, getStatus)
  • Fill the screen with color (Relative API: fill)
  • Draw a bitmap to the screen with bit operations (Relative API: bitblt)
  • Fill rectangle with bit operations (Relative API: fillrect)
  • Copy an area of image to another place on the screen, in place. (Relative API: copyArea)

Where To Get It

We have published it to our github repository: https://github.com/robopeak/rpusbdisp/tree/master/drivers/usermode-sdk. Please go and get it, and have fun!

One thought on “RoboPeak USB Display User Mode SDK is Released”

  1. Hi:
    Nice to see such a rapid development in this nice screen.
    I need to ask two questions:
    1) can i rotate the screen using your drivers in a pcDuino
    2) what name has the white connector below the board
    Thanks in regards

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