As the title says, I’m trying to run some basic benchmarking on a little integrated esp32-s3 with a round screen (480x480).
What I’m facing after a couple of days of troubleshooting is corruption at the top of the screen like some form of corruption or mismatch going on.
Image of what it looks like:
This however goes away once the benchmark is finished and the results are shown so it appears to either be some kind of strange buffer situation or a some kind of flushing before ready condition?
As far as I can tell, I’m doing everything correctly in terms of setup and usage of the underlying esp lcd functionality, but still the problem persists.
Weirdly, if I use the Arduino IDE, and an example I found online here:
I get it to run well (ensuring I choose the options spoken about in the video below) so I picked through the library he’s using (Arduino GFX) so I could copy the esp init details and ensure I’m doing it the same way with the same timings etc, but I still get the same thing.
The details of the screen:
Name of the module: ZX2D10GE01R (Panlee)
ESP32-S3 N16R8 built in
Software dev environment:
I’m using PlatformIO with ESP-IDF 5.1.1 (as far as I can make out from platformio feedback during upload.
I’m limited by the number of links I can put here as a new user so I’ll upload the code below