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Reply-To: "Geraldo Sazias"
From: "Geraldo Sazias"
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Subject: Re: Simple Graphic Processors?
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Date: Tue, 24 Sep 2002 07:04:59 GMT
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"Lewin A.R.W. Edwards" wrote in message
> "Geraldo Sazias" wrote in message
> > I was hoping that someone had developed one of these IC's for use in
> > phones or something, which seems reasonable to me. No matter what
> > one has, you still need HW blitting and page flipping to solve the
> > problem.
> What "smearing problem"? I'm using a simple framebuffer display model
> (no hardware blit assistance, and not using multiple buffers) in
> several highly graphically-intensive embedded products, including
> animated features, with no "smearing".
> The ability to detect the end of a frame is essential, but hardware
> blit assistance is absolutely not.
Are you using a graphical LCD with a 'dumb' controller (such as SED1530)?
So the framebuffer is simply located in physical memory and you transfer the
graphics by way of writing them to the LCD bytewise? I think that's probably
too slow for my application as I'm trying to design a portable gaming
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