EffectLayer, visual effect library for Pebble smartwatch gets effect-removal function
I’ve written before about EffectLayer library for Pebble smartwatch I’ve been working on. The idea is – user places the layer over screen and that layer applies an effect to screen content. I’ve started with a few basic effects (invert, mirror) but since then several more developers joined the project adding more cool features. Ron […]
First things first. DISCLAMER: Everything described here is a hack upon a crude hack and most likely, barring a divine intervention, won’t work in final product. And I apologize in advance to Pebble dev team if my attempts at “hacking” seem silly. Now to business. Pebble SDK offers very cool framebuffer API that allows developers […]
How to solve Issue with Pebble framebuffer behaving incorrectly right after notification is dismissed
Pebble had a first NYC developer meetup on June 24th 2015 and yours truly made a presentation about EffectLayer library there. Enjoy!
Learn how to access Pebble screen framebuffer via familiar X, Y coordinates on both Basalt and Aplite platform universally.
You can cast Pebble framebuffer as 2-dimensional array for easy X Y manipulation.
Learn how to create InverterLayer (and other effects) for Pebble Time