OnDiskBitmap – Loads pixels straight from disk¶
Loads values straight from disk. This minimizes memory use but can lead to much slower pixel load times. These load times may result in frame tearing where only part of the image is visible.
It’s easiest to use on a board with a built in display such as the Hallowing M0 Express.
import board import displayio import time import pulseio board.DISPLAY.auto_brightness = False board.DISPLAY.brightness = 0 splash = displayio.Group() board.DISPLAY.show(splash) with open("/sample.bmp", "rb") as f: odb = displayio.OnDiskBitmap(f) face = displayio.TileGrid(odb, pixel_shader=displayio.ColorConverter()) splash.append(face) # Wait for the image to load. board.DISPLAY.wait_for_frame() # Fade up the backlight for i in range(100): board.DISPLAY.brightness = 0.01 * i time.sleep(0.05) # Wait forever while True: pass