Display kit for low power wearables

Display kit for low power wearables

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By Nick Flaherty

Low power microcontroller designer Ambiq has teamed up with Qt in Finland to demonstrate graphics for wearable devices at the Embedded World exhibition next week.

The demonstration will see the Ambiq Apollo4 Plus Display Kit running graphics using the latest Qt for MCU wearables graphics library. 

Ambiq’s energy-efficient Apollo4 Plus SoC enables endpoint devices with high-performing vibrant graphics with a 2D/2.5 graphics accelerator and hardware alpha-blending support via a round 1.4″ AMOLED display with 454×454 pixels. 

This showcases Qt’s graphics framework with Ambiq’s GPU capabilities for a low power display, enabling developers to design smartphone-like user experiences on resource-constrained devices embedded with a microcontroller, saving manufacturers time and money to go to market. 

Ambiq aims to enable always-on Artificial Intelligence (AI) in mobile and portable devices using its ultra-low power system-on-chip (SoC) design which have shipped more than 230 million units.

The Apollo4 Plus Display Kit demo with the Qt for MCU-Powered Wearable HMI will be on display at Qt’s booth during Embedded World 2024 in hall 4 booth #258 from April 9-11, 2024; 


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