wayland/wio-terminal-lcd@0.0.3

License: MIT

Library to drive the LCD of the Wio Terminal. Partially wraps https://github.com/Seeed-Studio/Seeed_Arduino_LCD
NodeDescription
02-example
Motion detector. Detect sudden movements (clicks/taps) using the Wio Terminal's inbuilt inertial measurement unit. Screen is green until motion is detected at which point it turns red. Use button A on the Wio Terminal to reset the detector.
03-example
Level. Check that a surface is horizontal using the Wio Terminal. On the LCD you will see a fixed cyan ring and a moveable yellow circle. When the yellow circle is inside the cyan ring, the surface on which the Wio Terminal is resting is horizontal.
04-example
Demonstration of some of the shapes and patterns that can be drawn on the LCD. Move the 5-way switch left or right to navigate through the examples.
backlight
Switch backlight on/off.
draw-character
Draw a character.
draw-circle
Draw a circle.
draw-horizontal-line
Draw a horizontal line (quicker than draw-line node).
01-example
Draw a circle and then edit its appearance using the tweak nodes. Run in debugger.
draw-rounded-rectangle
Draw a rounded rectangle.
draw-line
Draw a line.
draw-pixel
Draw a pixel.
draw-vertical-line
Draw a vertical line (quicker than draw-line node).
fill-screen
Fill screen with specified color.
draw-triangle
Draw a triangle.
lcd-device
Create an LCD device.
draw-ellipse
Draw ellipse.
set-rotation
Set rotation of display.
draw-rectangle
Draw a rectangle.
draw-string
Draw a string.
To use the nodes in your project you should have the wayland/wio-terminal-lcd library installed. Use the “File → Add Library” menu item in XOD IDE if you don’t have it yet. See Using libraries for more info.