One of the exciting and inspiring parts of working on an embedded GUI solution is learning about different use cases. There’s really no limit to people’s imagination.
We’re seeing several application trends - information dashboards, educational projects, home...
Yes, this is another digital photo frame! But wait, it’s more sleek, and probably the fastest to assemble and get running. Here’s what you’ll need: Raspberry Pi 4 Raspberry Pi 7” Touch Display SD card NeeGo Frame for RPi 4 USB-C power cord and power supply Pyxian OS So, let’s begin.
Many of us are used to sleek and responsive iPhone or Android user interfaces. But when it comes to development of modern UIs on Raspberry Pi or other embedded platforms, it turns out not to be an easy task. There are tools that have been around for 30 years and are easy to use, but UIs developed with them look very outdated.