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ViSi-Genie Connection to an Arduino Host with RGB LED Control

Name : 4D-AN-00010
Title : ViSi-Genie Connection to an Arduino Host with RGB LED Control
Revision : 1.0
Description : The application demonstrated in this document consists of a 4D display, an Arduino host, and an RGB LED. The user controls the brightness of each of the RGB LEDs thru slider objects on the display.
Link : http://www.4dsystems.com.au/appnote/4D-AN-00010/
Supported Processor : PICASO, DIABLO16
Supported Environment : ViSi-Genie
Subcategory : arduino
Files :
Difficulty : Medium
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Title Difficulty
General How to Update the PmmC for Diablo16 Easy
General Migrating from PICASO-SGC-GFX to PICASO Easy
General How to Update the PmmC for Picaso Easy
General Partitioning a micro-SD into FAT and RAW Components Easy
ViSi-Genie Getting Started - First Project for Picaso Display Modules Easy
ViSi-Genie Getting Started - First Project for Diablo16 Display Modules Easy
ViSi-Genie onChanging and onChanged Events Easy
ViSi-Genie Customised Keyboard Medium
ViSi-Genie Advanced Buttons Medium
ViSi-Genie Show Image Medium
ViSi-Genie Play Sound Medium
ViSi-Genie Play Video Medium
ViSi-Genie Gauges Medium
ViSi-Genie Inputs Medium
ViSi-Genie Using Combined Objects Medium
ViSi-Genie Digital Displays Medium
ViSi-Genie Labels, Text, and Strings Medium
ViSi-Genie Starter Kit Demos for Picaso Display Modules Medium
ViSi-Genie Tank Medium
ViSi-Genie Spectrum Medium
ViSi-Genie Single Trace Scope Medium
ViSi-Genie Color Picker Medium
ViSi-Genie User Button Medium
ViSi-Genie Animated Button Medium
ViSi-Genie 4D Buttons Medium
ViSi Genie Pin Input and Output for Diablo16 Display Modules Medium
ViSi-Genie User Images Medium
ViSi Genie Pin Input and Output for Picaso Display Modules Medium
ViSi-Genie Connecting a 4D Display to an Arduino Host Medium