Watch our demo videos and discover all the great possibilities TouchGFX unlocks.
Renesas Syngergy S7 PE-HMI Running TouchGFX
TouchGFX demo Utilizing the 2D Graphics Engine from Renesas on the Renesas Synergy S7 PE-HMI board.
Achieve smartphone look and feel with the Renesas+TouchGFX solution. Cortex M4, 240Mhz, 7″ screen, 480*800 resolution, Capacitive touch.
Renesas Synergy PK-S5D9 Kit Running TouchGFX
TouchGFX demo running on Renesas Synergy PK-S5D9 Kit. Try the kit in the TouchGFX Designer.
Display: Resistive, 240*320, 16 bit color. 120 MhZ. OS: ThreadX
TouchGFX Demo Running on Smart Embedded Displays from EDT
Embedded Graphics on 10,1″, 7″ and 4,3″ Smart embedded displays from EDT. Speed up your development process, and move to production faster.
One Framebuffer: I.MX RT 1050
I.MX RT 1050 demo board running a TouchGFX demo – Only ONE framebuffer (Internal RAM).
TouchGFX Demo on a I.MX RT 1050 Using only one framebuffer (Internal RAM 261 Kb). Smartphone 16-bit color application.
TouchGFX on STM32L4R9
STM32L4R9 evaluation board running a TouchGFX demo application. STM32L4+ series.
Achieve less power consuption & unbeatable UI performance on TouchGFX & STM32L4+ solution.
TouchGFX on I.MX RT 1050 Demo Board from NXP
TouchGFX washer demo application.
The new Cortex M7, I.MX RT 1050 crossover processor from NXP. Achieve high-end graphics with TouchGFX.
One Framebuffer: TouchGFX on STM32F429 Discovery Board
TouchGFX demo on STM32F429I-DISC1. 2,4” Resistive touch. 320×240 Touch Display. 16-bit color.
Internal Memory Only. RAM usage: 154kB Framebuffer 22kB Application/OS. Internal Flash Only. Flash usage: 2 MB.
One Framebuffer: TouchGFX on STM32F746G Discovery Board
TouchGFX demo on STM32F746-disco board. 4.3″ – 480×272 Touch Display – 16 bit color – 60Hz. One Framebuffer Only – No External RAM.
Internal RAM usage: 261kB (Framebuffer) + 27kB (Application/OS). External Flash usage: 3.8 MB (Images).
TouchGFX Light Demo on LPCXpresso 54608
TouchGFX GUI on a LPC54608 board, showing a Phillips Hue light control demo. Ethernet and Zigbee connection.
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TouchGFX and Renesas on Synergy S7
Watch how the combination of TouchGFX and Renesas enables you to create innovative embedded GUIs with high-end graphics and max performance.
TouchGFX Sprinkler Demo on NXP LPC 5460x
This demo illustrates how an internet-enabled home sprinkler system can be visualized and controlled through an NXP LPC54608 with the TouchGFX software framework, and weather data provided by Bluemix.
STMicroelectronics and TouchGFX Demo Video
This demo video presents TouchGFX on STMicroelectronics‘ STM32F4 and STM32F7 series. With TouchGFX on STM32 microcontrollers, you get a high frame rate and achieve smooth transitions similar to those on smartphones. Watch our new demo video and learn how TouchGFX and STM32 empower your embedded device:
TouchGFX & Sensory Demo on STM32F469I with a 4.0″ Display
TouchGFX running on STMicroelectronics‘ STM32F469I-DISCO board with 4,0” resolution of 800×480 MIPI-DSI capacitive color touch display.
The low MCU load leaves enough processing power to overcome other tasks while doing even very complex and demanding display updates. The demonstration of Sensory‘s TrulyHandsFree Speech Recognition with TouchGFX running simultaneously is a great example of just that.
TouchGFX on STM32F429 with a 5.7″ Display
TouchGFX running on STMicroelectronics‘ STM32F429 EVAL board with 5,7” resolution of 640×480 capacitive touch display.
The MCU load is displayed on all demo screens ranging from 1 to approximately 25%. This leaves enough processing power to overcome other tasks while doing even very complex and demanding display updates.
With TouchGFX on STM32 microcontrollers, you get a high frame rate and achieve smooth transitions similar to those on smartphones.
TouchGFX on STM32F429 with a 4.3″ Display
TouchGFX demo running on STMicroelectronics‘ STM32F429-EVAL board (ARM Cortex M4 — 180 MHz, 480×272 TFT color LCD display).
The MCU load is displayed in the upper right corner, revealing that the application leaves enough processing power to overcome other tasks, even while doing complex display updates.
TouchGFX utilizes the Chrom-art accelerator of the STM32F429, which off loads the MCU when rendering alpha-blended images.
TouchGFX on 4.3″ Embedded Artist LPC4088 Display Module
TouchGFX demo running on Embedded Artists LPC4088 Display Module (ARM Cortex M4 – NXP LPC4088 – 120 MHz, 480×272 TFT color LCD display).
The MCU load is displayed on all demo screens. Showing that the application leaves enough processing power to overcome other tasks while doing even complex display updates.
High-end GUI on TouchGFX Demo Board
TouchGFX demo application on TouchGFX demo board based on NXP LPC 4353 (ARM Cortex M4/M0 — 204 MHz, 480×272 TFT color LCD display).
The MCU load is displayed in the upper right corner, showing that the application leaves enough processing power to overcome other tasks, even while doing complex display updates.
TouchGFX on STM32F4 Discovery Board
TouchGFX demo running on STMicroelectronics’ STM32F429-DISCOVERY board (ARM Cortex M4 — 180 MHz, 320x240TFT color LCD display). The demo shows the capabilities of the highly optimized graphics library TouchGFX on modest hardware, achieving the smartphone look and feel required for modern solutions.
In this demo, TouchGFX utilizes the Chrom-art accelerator of the STM32F429 fully. This off loads the MCU when rendering alpha-blended images.
High-end Graphics on NXP Hardware
Using modest hardware, TouchGFX achieves the smartphone look and feel required for modern solutions.
High-end Graphics on Silicon Labs Hardware
Introductional video to the TouchGFX framework running on Silicon Labs Giant Gecko.
Go to “Demo Applications“. Download, extract and execute and get your own visual proof of concept of what you can achieve using TouchGFX.