Stunning GUIs on Renesas based platforms


Embedded Wizard simplifies your GUI Development on Renesas MCUs and MPUs and lets you create high-performance Graphical User Interfaces with minimal effort. Embedded Wizard is highly adapted to support Renesas’ variety of  microcontrollers and -processors in the best way by using Renesas’ various graphic accelerators.

Why should I use Embedded Wizard?

Quick & easy Development

Full-featured IDE to develop HMIs (including prototyping, debugging and profiling on your development PC)

Performance Boost

Utilizing Renesas' various graphic accelerators to achieve high framerates while off-loading the CPU

Runs with or without OS

HMIs can run on bare metal or with various RTOSes, like FreeRTOS, Nucleus and others

No Dependencies

Regarding resolution, orientation, color depth or color format

Unlimited use

Neither royalties per device, maintenance fees nor any regular subscriptions fees

State-of-the-art GUIs

Implementation of stunning and smartphone-like GUIs with high-performance animations and transitions

High-Efficient Code

Very small RAM and flash footprint

Full Control

Independency of open source or any other 3rd party sw results in full control of license clearing & best support

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Renesas RX65N Envision Kit​ GUI

RX65N Series

Renesas RX65N and RX651 Group 32-bit general microcontrollers are optimal for IoT devices with enhanced security, connectivity and GUIs as they have built-in large-capacity flash and RAM. Enabled for support with bare-metal or any RTOS, this is the ideal platform for designing HMI appliances with compactness and high performance.


RX72N Series

The RX72N microcontrollers are equipped with the third-generation RX CPU core, the RXv3 core, and these high-performance products operate at 240MHz. Real-time control and networking of equipment are realized with a single chip with 4MB flash memory capable of read operations at 120MHz, 1MB of SRAM and 182 general-purpose I/O ports. The device also supports high-end HMI functionality for advanced display capability. 


RA6M3 Series

The Renesas RA6M3 group of microcontrollers (MCUs) uses the high-performance Arm® Cortex®-M4 core and offers a TFT controller with 2D accelerator and JPEG decoder. Additionally, the RA6M3 MCU offers Ethernet MAC with individual DMA and USB high-speed interface to ensure high data throughput. The RA6M3 MCU is built on a highly efficient 40nm process and is supported by an open and flexible ecosystem concept—the Flexible Software Package (FSP), built on FreeRTOS—and is expandable to use other RTOSes and middleware.


Renesas RA8D1

RA8D1 Series

The Renesas RA8D1 group of microcontrollers (MCUs) is based on the high-performance Arm® Cortex®-M5 core and offers a top-notch performance of over 3000 CoreMark points at 480 MHz and superior graphics capabilities that facilitate high-resolution displays and Vision AI applications. These general-purpose MCU devices combine the high-performance CM85 core with large memory and an extensive range of peripherals, including a high-resolution TFT-LCD controller featuring parallel RGB and MIPI-DSI interfaces, a 2D drawing engine, a 16-bit camera interface, and numerous external memory interfaces.



RZ/A Series

Renesas RZ/A chipsets, like RZ/A1H and RZ/A1LU, enable very compact embedded designs without worrying about memory procurement and memory EOL. With RZ/A, you can design your embedded system like an MCU and get the performance of a 400MHz ARM® Cortex®-A9 MPU. Enabled for support with bare-metal or any RTOS, this is the ideal device for designing smart devices with compactness and high performance.


RZ/G2L Series

The RZ/G2L microprocessor includes a Cortex®-A55 (1.2 GHz) CPU, 16-bit DDR3L / DDR4 interface, 3D graphics engine with Arm Mali-G31. It is enabled with interfaces such as camera input, display output, USB 2.0, and Gbit-Ethernet, making it ideal for applications such as entry-class industrial human-machine interfaces (HMIs) and embedded devices with video capabilities.

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