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- 1 Highly customizable and portable 3D Surround View and HMI Framework by TES Electronic Solutions
- 2 TES Guiliani Graphical User Interface on RZ/A Stream it! - RZ - V2.0
- 3 Renesas RZ/A Guiliani-Lite PrePaid Program
- 4 Guiliani on iMX.7
- 5 Video from Altera about TES technologies D/AVE and Guiliani
- 6 MP3 Player
- 7 TES Guiliani running on Android
Highly customizable and portable 3D Surround View and HMI Framework by TES Electronic Solutions
Our Partner Toradex, a customer focused and innovative Swiss Company demonstrates highly customizable and portable 3D Surround View on Computer on Module - Apalis iMX6 Quad and HMI Framework Guiliani on colibri - iMX6ULL
TES Guiliani Graphical User Interface on RZ/A Stream it! - RZ - V2.0
Demonstration of TES Guiliani on Renesas new solution kit Stream it! - RZ-V2.0. The Stream it!
Renesas RZ/A Guiliani-Lite PrePaid Program
Video 1: Introduction
Renesas introduce the “Prepaid by Renesas” TES Guiliani-Lite for RZ/A program and its benefits.
Video 2: Applications
Target applications of RZ/A TES Guiliani-Lite Prepaid.
Video 3: Platform
Target platform for the RZ/A TES Guiliani-Lite Prepaid program.
Guiliani on iMX.7
See our new Guiliani Demo running on NXP iMX.7 using Toradex Colibri iMX7.
Video from Altera about TES technologies D/AVE and Guiliani
The demo (recorded during Car-Ele Expo in japan) shows typical GPU graphics use cases and capabilities in combination with a subsequent warping-transformation of the GPU output image. Warping can be used e.g. for head-up displays or for camera lens corrections.
This is a MP3 Player demo application for Windows, Windows Mobile 2003 and Linux. Is has much animation, alpha blending, and some more features.
TES Guiliani running on Android
Guiliani is a portable framework for the creation of graphical user interfaces on embedded systems. Applications built with Guiliani will run on a huge range of target platforms, ranging from very small MCUs with ~100Mhz and ~100kB of RAM without operating system, or even FPGAs, up to powerful OpenGL(ES) accelerated devices running Linux, Windows, VxWorks, embOS, iOS etc.