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Used in esp-idf-hal

MIT license

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mipidsi

This crate provides a generic display driver to connect to TFT displays that implement the MIPI DSI.

Uses display_interface to talk to the hardware.

An optional batching of draws is supported via the batch feature (default on)

Architecture

The Display driver itself contains most of the functionality. Each specific display model implements the Model trait for every color format it supports. Each model can also have different variants which are handled via the Builder struct.

embedded-graphics-core is used to provide the drawing API.

Models

Each supported display model can be used either through the Builder::with_model call or through a shortcut function such as Builder::st7789 if provided. External crates can be used to provide additional models, and can even expand the display constructor pool via trait extension.

Variants that require different screen sizes and window addressing offsets are now supported via the Builder logic as well (see docs).

List of supported models

  • ST7789
  • ST7735
  • ILI9486
  • ILI9341
  • ILI9342C

Migration

See MIGRATION.md document.

Example

// create a DisplayInterface from SPI and DC pin, with no manual CS control
let di = SPIInterfaceNoCS::new(spi, dc);
// create the ILI9486 display driver in rgb666 color mode from the display interface and use a HW reset pin during init
let mut display = Builder::ili9486_rgb666(di)
    .init(&mut delay, Some(rst))?; // delay provider from your MCU
// clear the display to black
display.clear(Rgb666::BLACK)?;

License: MIT

Minimum Supported Rust Version (MSRV)

This crate is guaranteed to compile on stable Rust 1.59.0 and up. It might compile with older versions but that may change in any new patch release.

Dependencies

~680KB
~12K SLoC