LONDON Abacus and Toshiba have set up a joint seminar aimed at helping designers implement a user-friendly graphical user interface (GUI).
The event will take place in Manchester, england on Feb. 26 and is to help make use of the graphics control and processing capabilities of Toshiba’s ARM9 based MCU to simplify industrial, control and
The seminar shows how to make use of the Toshiba TMPA910xxx, a 200MHz device based on the ARM926EJ-CPU core, an LCD controller with hardware graphics accelerator and a touch screen interface to create a accessible and user-friendly user interface for their current or upcoming project.
Delegates are invited to bring their own laptops, allowing them to install the tools supplied, connect up the starter kit and start compiling and running their intended target application. The hands on
training will take the delegates through a complete tool chain turn around, from edit through compile to the download and debugging of several example programs, including a graphical program, a USB interface and Ethernet/Webserver applications.