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Author: Andrew Hazelden
Last Updated: 2014-10-06
Category: Gaming and Fun
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This firmware example uses the Libstock TFT Graphics library to render animated 3D Sprites on a Mikromedia PIC32 board. The demo can be controlled using the touch panel or the Mikromedia Gaming Shield.
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This example plots 3D sprites on a Mikromedia PIC32 screen using the TFT Graphics library. You can use the buttons on a MikroElektronika Mikromedia Gaming Shield to control the rotation of the shapes, and change the active model between a plane, jack, cube, pyramid, and a octahedron. The code was written using MikroC Pro for PIC32 and VisualTFT.
This example is based upon the classic 1990's Metal Basic sprite demo "TriCube" by Ivan Freyman.
Here is a quick demo of the Mikromedia 3D Sprites firmware.Watch on YouTube
You can control the 3D graphics using the Mikromedia Gaming Shield accessory.View full image
Gaming Shield Controls:
Development Tools Used
mikroC PRO for PIC32
TFT Graphics by Bitwise (required download)
Andrew Hazelden's Mikromedia Gaming Shield Library (included with the current source code)
Mikromedia Gaming Shield