Live Q&A - Leveraging multiple Cores for an immersive UXStatus: Available Now
Live Q&A with Aurindam Jana for the theatre talk titled Leveraging multiple Cores for an immersive UX
Leveraging multiple Cores for an immersive UXStatus: Available Now
While the increasing use of software in embedded systems has led to more powerful and capable devices, it has made them more complex to control. Traditional mechanical buttons and controls are being replaced with touch control panels having a graphical HMI for operators to better handle the complexity while controlling such devices. Users have become so accustomed to smartphones that they expect a similar user experience when operating other touch-based devices. As device manufacturers look at ways to provide smartphone-like user experiences at reasonable costs, we will be walking through some of the options that Qt offers in this area.
Deliver rich graphical UX without blowing your hardware costs (2020)Status: Available Now
Microcontrollers (MCUs) are ubiquitous in electronic appliances in consumer electronics, industrial automation, healthcare and the automotive industry, but the user experience of the user interfaces has been lagging behind. Users and operators expect smartphone-like user experiences with every screen they interact - a huge challenge for manufacturers to achieve. The desire to maintain existing supply chains and keeping the bill of materials low requires manufacturers to both improve the performance of their user interfaces while overcoming performance bottlenecks. Now, the most popular C++ development framework, Qt, is expanding its offering for the MCU market, with a new and lightweight implementation which enables the creation of high-performance user interfaces for the most low-end hardware.
What will you learn during this session?
- Display Resolutions supported by MCUs
- Key considerations for graphics on MCUs
- Deliver a smartphone-like User Interface with Qt
- Memory footprint and performance indicators