In a project which uses an 320x240 mono-graphical display there is to be displayed a circular device with two handles attached to the center of the circle and where one handles is to move one step to the right each minutes. Also known as a "watch".
The display is standing, i.e. height is 320, width is 240 and is written from lower left corner (point 0,0) and uppwards, 8-bits a time. thus resolution in y-direction is 8 bit, and resolution in x-direction is 1-bit.
Thingy is that i would like to see some cind of a software which not only converts a BMP to c-data table but wich also lets me define the direction, size of BMP, resolution, and origo in a BMP image.
There are tons of softwarez out there which will convert BMP to c-data table, but these is more conventional orientated or locked to one fixed size or display. But one which is more dedicated to graphical displays of generic cind is yet to be found.
I would like to hear your experience with generating pictures for a graphical display. Youst note that we do not have the sufficient SRAM available to first draw image in memory befor writing it to the display, only transfering predesigned images stored in flash directly to display. We are using mega2561.