First of all, this is Txus Ordorika (aka txusinho). It's great to be
part of this community.
I'm starting a personal project that involves several arduino boards
that measure temperature and humidity, and a central device to diplay
the data. The main device is an orange pi plus 2 with a 1024*600, 7
inch capacitive display attached .
For the joy of programming, I was thinking of creating a ncurses app to
display (between others) some charts, including measured temperatures
with the official data captured by the spanish meteorologic agency. The
goal is to have 2 lines displayed at the same time, and see the
difference between them.
I'd like your opinions on the use of ncurses for displaying data in such
display. One of the goals of this project is to use as less energy as
possible, and be as efficient as possible. Programing in asm is not an
option right now.
Currently I've the xterm configured to have the font at a size of 20.
You can see the screen as it is now in the second link.
If you need more info, or whatever feel free to ask.
Thanks for your time and feedback :)
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