Have you tried the Python-programmable IoT displays by Riverdi? They have a Zerynth license onboard, and you can program them right out of the box.

If you haven’t purchased them yet, you can do it over NexGen Micro Electronics as well as Riverdi.

We’re glad to see that this Zerynth-powered display is available to such a wide market. After all, it’s the first-ever IoT display range on the market.

As you can see, we are always a part of the most innovative projects out there.

Intelligent lighting control demo in Python

If you want to see the displays in action, take a look at this demo for intelligent lighting control that used the Zerynth powered IoT displays to create a Philips Hue lighting control panel.

These IoT displays have a Zerynth license onboard, which enables you to start programming them right out of the box. They also feature Espressif’s ESP32 microcontroller, Bridgetek’s BT81x graphics controller, and two MikroBUS sockets.

Take a look at the video to see how it works:

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Find out why everyone wants Zerynth Studio on their products, and download it today. Start programming 32-bit microcontrollers in Python faster and more efficiently than ever.

Zerynth Studio is free to download and available for Windows, Linux, and Mac OS.

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