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Mikromedia 3D Sprites

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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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Version 1.0.0.0

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mikroC PRO for PIC32
  • lib
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  • exa
  • hlp
  • hex
  • sch
  • pcb
  • doc

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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.

Demo Video

Here is a quick demo of the Mikromedia 3D Sprites firmware.

Watch on YouTube

User Input

  • Tap the Mikromedia screen to change the model.

Gaming Shield Controls:

  • Press the START button to change the model.
  • Press the CIRCLE button to show coordinates.
  • Use the ARROW/X/Triangle buttons for rotation.
  • The square button will pause the screen for 5 seconds.

Installation

  1. Install Firmware: Flash the firmware file mmbSprites-PIC32.hex to your Mikromedia PIC32 board.
  2. Power up the Mikromedia board and get ready to try out the MMB Sprites demo!

Development Tools Used

Compatible SW:

mikroC PRO for PIC32
http://www.mikroe.com/mikroc/pic32/

VisualTFT
http://www.mikroe.com/eng/products/view/627/visual-tft/

TFT Graphics by Bitwise (required download)
http://www.libstock.com/projects/view/914/tft-graphics-library

Andrew Hazelden's Mikromedia Gaming Shield Library (included with the current source code)
http://www.libstock.com/projects/view/389/andrew-hazelden-s-mikromedia-gaming-shield-library

Hardware Required:

Dev.Board:
Mikromedia PIC32
http://www.mikroe.com/mikromedia/pic32/

Controller:
Mikromedia Gaming Shield
http://www.mikroe.com/mikromedia/shields/gaming/    

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