Display Custom Bitmap graphics on an Arduino Touch Screen and other Arduino compatible Displays

Display Custom Bitmap graphics on an Arduino Touch Screen and other Arduino compatible Displays

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Displaying a custom image or graphic on a LCD display is a very useful task as displays are now a premium way of providing feedback to users on any project. With this functionality, we can build projects that display our own logo, or display images that help users better understand a particular task the project is performing, providing an all-round improved User Experience (UX) for your Arduino or ESP8266 based project. Today’s tutorial will focus on how you can display graphics on most Arduino compatible displays.

The procedure described in this tutorial works with all color displays supported by Adafruit’s GFX library and also works for displays supported by the TFTLCD library from Adafruit with little modification. Some of the displays on which this procedure works include:

Display Custom Bitmap graphics on an Arduino Touch Screen and other Arduino compatible Displays – [Link]

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