A few days ago we announced our technological partnership with Zerynth – one that will bring Python programmable Riverdi displays to the market.
We promised that we’ll show you a demo with these amazing displays, as we knew that the Zerynth team will be presenting a demo with them at the Electronica Fair in Munich, Germany. So, without further ado, here are the Python programmable displays in action.
Riverdi displays at Electronica
You can see from the image and the caption that they are part of the Blockchain demo.
If you are at Electronica or planning to go, you can find the Zerynth team at the RS Components booth, Hall C5, booth 147. Feel free to share your thought and images of the new displays and on social media.
Electronica Fair last until the 16th of November.
3rd generation of EVE graphics controller
The new displays feature Birdgetech’s third generation of the popular EVE graphics controllers, the BT815/6. Their built-in graphics operations will allow developers with little experience or time to easily create high-quality displays.