This is a driver crate for accessing the
uc8159 E-Ink display controller. For now, most of
the options are hard-coded for the
Pimoroni Inky Impression display as that's
the only one I own, so proposing changes to add more features is most welcome!
Get started by creating a
Display instance. Populate the display buffer by using
set_pixel, etc. When you want to display the buffer contents to the screen, use
Configuration when creating a new
An instance of a display which is governed by a particular
A pre-computed palette which can be used to map arbitrary RGB colors onto a
Colors available on a 7-color e-ink display.