Luma.OLED: Display drivers for SSD1306 / SSD1309 / SSD1322 / SSD1325 / SSD1327 / SSD1331 / SSD1351 / SSD1362 / SH1106

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Contributing

Pull requests (code changes / documentation / typos / feature requests / setup) are gladly accepted. If you are intending to introduce some large-scale changes, please get in touch first to make sure we’re on the same page: try to include a docstring for any new method or class, and keep method bodies small, readable and PEP8-compliant. Add tests and strive to keep the code coverage levels high.

GitHub

The source code is available to clone at: https://github.com/rm-hull/luma.oled

Contributors

  • Thijs Triemstra (@thijstriemstra)

  • Christoph Handel (@fragfutter)

  • Boeeerb (@Boeeerb)

  • xes (@xes)

  • Roger Dahl (@rogerdahl)

  • Václav Šmilauer (@eudoxos)

  • Claus Bjerre (@bjerrep)

  • Vx Displays LLC (@VxGeeks)

  • Christopher Arndt (@SpotlightKid)

  • Sascha Walther (@leragequit)

  • Marcus Kellerman (@sharkusk)

  • Phil Howard (@gadgetoid)

  • @wjgeorge

  • Doug Burrell (@doug-burrell)

  • Xavier Carcelle (@xcarcelle)

ChangeLog

Version

Description

Date

3.5.0

  • Drop support for Python 2.7, only 3.5 or newer is supported now

2020/07/04

3.4.0

  • Add support for SSD1362 256x64 Greyscale OLED

2020/01/19

3.3.0

  • Namespace fix

2019/06/19

3.2.1

  • Fix bug where SSD1325 framebuffer=diff_to_prev didn’t set column address properly, resulting in garbled output

2019/04/30

3.2.0

  • Add support for 128x64 OLED (Newhaven SSD1322_NHD))

2019/04/17

3.1.1

  • Fix bug where SSD1327 framebuffer=diff_to_prev didn’t set column address properly, resulting in garbled output

  • Minor API documentation improvements

2019/03/30

3.1.0

  • Add support for 128x64 monochrome OLED (SSD1309)

2018/12/21

3.0.1

  • Fix bug where SSD1325/1327 didn’t handle framebuffer properly

2018/12/21

3.0.0

  • BREAKING Fix SSD1351 init sequence didn’t set RGB/BGR color order properly. Users of this device should verify proper color rendering and add bgr=True if blue/red color components appear to be reversed

  • Device consolidation - greyscale and colour SSD13xx devices now share common base classes.

2018/12/02

2.5.1

  • Fix bug where SSD1331/1351 didn’t render green accurately

2018/09/14

2.5.0

  • Add support form 128x128 Monochrome OLED (SH1106) (by @Gadgetoid)

  • Dependency and documentation updates

  • Minor packaging changes

2018/09/07

2.4.1

  • Fix bug where SSD1327 init sequence exceeds serial command size

2018/05/28

2.4.0

  • Support for 128x128 4-bit OLED (SSD1327)

2018/04/18

2.3.2

  • Support for 96x96 color OLED (SSD1351)

2018/03/03

2.3.1

  • Changed version number to inside luma/oled/__init__.py

2017/11/23

2.3.0

  • Support for 128x128 color OLED (SSD1351)

2017/10/30

2.2.12

  • Explicitly state ‘UTF-8’ encoding in setup when reading files

2017/10/18

2.2.11

  • Update dependencies

  • Additional troubleshooting documentation

2017/09/19

2.2.10

  • Add support for 128x32 mode for SH1106

2017/05/01

2.2.9

  • luma.core 0.9.0 or newer is required now

  • Documentation amends

2017/04/22

2.2.8

  • SSD1331 & SSD1322 framebuffer & API docstrings

2017/04/13

2.2.7

  • Add support for 64x32 SSD1306 OLED

2017/04/12

2.2.6

  • Add support for 64x48 SSD1306 OLED

2017/03/30

2.2.5

  • Restrict exported Python symbols from luma.oled.device

2017/03/02

2.2.4

  • Tweaked SSD1325 init settings & replaced constants

  • Update dependencies

2017/02/17

2.2.3

  • Monochrome rendering on SSD1322 & SSD1325

2017/02/14

2.2.2

  • SSD1325 performance improvements (perfloop: 25.50 –> 34.31 FPS)

  • SSD1331 performance improvements (perfloop: 34.64 –> 51.89 FPS)

2017/02/02

2.2.1

  • Support for 256x64 4-bit greyscale OLED (SSD1322)

  • Improved API documentation (shows inherited members)

2017/01/29

2.1.0

  • Simplify/optimize SSD1306 display logic

2017/01/22

2.0.1

  • Moved examples to separate git repo

  • Add notes about breaking changes

2017/01/15

2.0.0

  • Package rename to luma.oled (Note: Breaking changes)

2017/01/11

1.5.0

  • Performance improvements for SH1106 driver (2x frame rate!)

  • Support for 4-bit greyscale OLED (SSD1325)

  • Landscape/portrait orientation with rotate=N parameter

2017/01/09

1.4.0

  • Add savepoint/restore functionality

  • Add terminal functionality

  • Canvas image dithering

  • Additional & improved examples

  • Load config settings from file (for examples)

  • Universal wheel distribution

  • Improved/simplified error reporting

  • Documentation updates

2016/12/23

1.3.1

  • Add ability to adjust brightness of screen

  • Fix for wrong value NORMALDISPLAY for SSD1331 device

2016/12/11

1.3.0

  • Support for 16-bit color OLED (SSD1331)

  • Viewport/scrolling support

  • Remove pygame as an install dependency in setup

  • Ensure SH1106 device collapses color images to monochrome

  • Fix for emulated devices: do not need cleanup

  • Fix to allow gifanim emulator to process 1-bit images

  • Establish a single threadpool for all virtual viewports

  • Fix issue preventing multiple threads from running concurrently

  • Documentation updates

2016/12/11

1.2.0

  • Add support for 128x32, 96x16 OLED screens (SSD1306 chipset only)

  • Fix boundary condition error when supplying max-frames to gifanim

  • Bit pattern calc rework when conveting color -> monochrome

  • Approx 20% performance improvement in display method

2016/12/08

1.1.0

  • Add animated-GIF emulator

  • Add color-mode flag to emulator

  • Fix regression in SPI interface

  • Rename emulator transform option ‘scale’ to ‘identity’

2016/12/05

1.0.0

  • Add HQX scaling to capture and pygame emulators

  • SPI support (NOTE: contains breaking changes)

  • Improve benchmarking examples

  • Fix resource leakage & noops on emulated devices

  • Additional tests

2016/12/03

0.3.5

  • Pygame-based device emulator & screen capture device emulator

  • Add bouncing balls demo, clock & Space Invaders examples

  • Auto cleanup on exit

  • Add bounding_box attribute to devices

  • Demote buffer & pages attributes to “internal use” only

  • Replaced SH1106 data sheet with version that is not “preliminary”

  • Add font attribution

  • Tests for SSD1306 & SSH1106 devices

  • Add code coverage & upload to coveralls.io

  • flake8 code compliance

  • Documentation updates

2016/11/30

0.3.4

  • Performance improvements - render speeds ~2x faster

  • Documentation updates

2016/11/15

0.3.3

  • Add PyPi badge

  • Use smbus2

2016/11/15

0.3.2

  • Fix bug in maze example (integer division on python 3)

  • Use latest pip

  • Add tox & travis config (+ badge)

  • Add RTFD config

  • Documentation updates

2016/11/13

0.3.1

  • Adjust requirements (remove smbus)

  • Default RTFD theme

  • Documentation updates

2016/11/13

0.3.0

  • Allow SMBus implementation to be supplied

  • Add show, hide and clear methods

  • Catch & rethrow IOError exceptions

  • Fix error in ‘hello world’ example

  • Cleanup imports

  • Allow setting width/height

  • Documentation updates

2016/11/13

0.2.0

  • Add Python 3 support

  • Add options to demos

  • Micro-optimizations

  • Remove unused optional arg

  • Fix bug in rendering image data

  • Added more examples

  • Add setup file

  • Support SH1106

  • Documentation updates

2016/09/06

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