Smooth GUIs on Raspberry Pi
Raspberry Pi is no longer used only for educational purposes. A big user community utilizes it as a media server, a robot control or a powerful development board. Based on the ARM Cortex-A7 (Raspberry Pi 2) and ARM Cortex-A53 (Raspberry Pi 3), it convinces many tinkerers, makers, and electronics enthusiasts to use it for projects that require more than a basic microcontroller.
Embedded Wizard helps you to develop high-performance GUIs on such MPU-based systems as Raspberry Pi. And this, of course, in an efficient way.
Quick & easy Development
Full-featured IDE to develop HMIs (including prototyping, debugging and profiling on your development PC)
Utilizing of OpenGL ES 2.0 graphics accelerator to achieve high framerates with low CPU power consumption
Runs with Raspbian
HMIs run with Raspbian, the Foundation’s official supported Operating System
Regarding resolution, orientation or other software components
Very small RAM and ROM footprint
Implementation of stunning and smartphone-like GUIs with high-performance animations and transitions
Neither royalties per device, maintenance fees nor any regular subscriptions fees