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'[OT]: Need fast draw routine for T6963C based lcd.'
2001\10\19@021512 by Tim Thompson

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Hello all,

I am wondering if anyone out there has ever messed with trying to get a
decent frame rate from a Toshiba T6963C based graphical LCD display. I am
in need of a routine
to do just that..

For some background, my project consists of a 240x64 LCD controlled by a
PIC14F877 with a serial interface to a PC. The PC software does all the
real dirty
work, and the PIC is an interface to the LCD and all the other on-board
crap, so if anyone has a C function that does the graphical drawing, that
would be ideal.

The most I have gotten out of any T6963C based lcd is 2fps, and thats using
automode-write. It looked really bad because you could watch it go down the
lines drawing the image.
I have however seen one company that makes a module that goes between the
LCD and computer, that  claim will do full motion video to be
streamed on the LCD. So it sounds possible to do. The URL for this is at:
http://www.wilke-technology.com/ttiger.htm

Anyway for more detailed background you can visit:
http://www.irule.net/projects/carlcd

Thanks again,
Tim Thompson



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2001\10\19@040530 by Jean-Michel Howland

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>Tim Thompson <spam_OUTiruleTakeThisOuTspamIRULE.NET> wrote:
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>For some background, my project consists of a 240x64 LCD controlled by a
>PIC14F877 with a serial interface to a PC. The PC software does all the
>real dirty
>work, and the PIC is an interface to the LCD and all the other on-board
>crap, so if anyone has a C function that does the graphical drawing, that
>would be ideal.
>
>The most I have gotten out of any T6963C based lcd is 2fps, and thats using
>automode-write. It looked really bad because you could watch it go down the
>lines drawing the image.

I have a 240x64 LCD using a T6963C and had exactly the same problem that
you described.  It frustrated me to no end but at the time (1 year ago) I
thought the problem was with the speed of the BX-24 I had it wired to.

If you're interested I can send you all the bits and pieces I found on the
net to do with the T6963C including some C source that I found or was sent
to me.

Regards
Jean-Michel.

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2001\10\19@051338 by Octavio P Nogueira

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What the Tiger is doing is to have a image of the
LCD in memory, do all the tracing in memory and
them dump the whole screen to the LCD.

Friendly Regards

Octavio Nogueira
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2001\10\19@052020 by Tim Thompson

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I would apreciate anything you could offer, and in return, if your project
is still of interest to you, i can offer you what pieces i have. Let me
know if your interested, and thanks.

Sincerly,
Tim Thompson

At 04:02 PM 10/19/2001 +0800, Jean-Michel Howland wrote:
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2001\10\19@054305 by Jean-Michel Howland

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>I would apreciate anything you could offer, and in return, if your project
>is still of interest to you, i can offer you what pieces i have. Let me
>know if your interested, and thanks.

Here's the complete dump of stuff I have on the T6963C.  The file is around
9 megs in size (sorry).

http://www.vmapa.com/lcd_t6963c.zip

Good luck and a I look forward to hearing how you went.

Regards
Jean-Michel.

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