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Designer of Things: Creating for a better world

17 Dec 2015  | Charles Murray

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Designer of Things Conference

The IPSO Smart Display provides a customisable alternative for control of LED lamps, smart plugs, coffee machines and other devices for home, office or industry. The prototype demonstrated at the show combines a graphical user interface library for MCUs by Antmicro with IPSO Smart Objects support. For users, the bottom line is a more attractive, less costly display, its creators say.

"Displays are everywhere," noted Michael Gielda of Antmicro AB of Sweden. "The problem is they are typically designed from scratch and are quite ugly because they're done by embedded people trying to build interfaces that they like. But ours is XML-designable, so you can work with graphical designers to build beautiful-looking GUIs on a small controller with low footprint at low cost."

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