Embedded Wizard (EmWi) is a development and prototyping tool for graphical user interfaces, optimized for embedded platforms. Its advanced and user-friendly IDE facilitates the creation and arrangement of graphics and the development of menu logic and behaviour.
Embedded Wizard is used by manufacturers of Consumer Electronic products, like HDTV sets, Set-top boxes or DVD(R)s, as well as portable and automotive devices, industrial and home appliances.
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EmWi's Lightweight 3D functions enable sophisticated UI designs with 3D-like appearance and compelling effects: optimised for dedicated embedded platforms, including 3D hardware graphics acceleration, and integrated into the familiar EmWi workflow. Lightweight 3D functionality is available as part of Graphics Engine (GE) 2.0 for dedicated platforms, e.g. based on OpenGL ES 1.1/2.0, DirectFB and e.g. running on Embedded Linux, Android, Apple iOS and others.
ALi M3329, M3602. Atmel SAM9G45. Broadcom BCM 7231, 7342, 7346, 7405, 7413, 7440, 7601, 3556, Xilleon 2xx. Cirrus Logic EP9307. Distec Artista (Win32). Freescale iMX. Fujitsu SmartMPEG, MB86H61. IBM PowerPC. Renesas EMMA2. NXP LPC3250, TV810, TV520, STB225, CX2425x (Conexant). Samsung S5H2110. Sanyo LC74171. Sigma Fusion, SMP8653, SMP8655. STM Freeman, STi5514, STi510x, STi710x, Douglas, Chaplin (Genesis). Toshiba TC90400, TMPA900/910. Trident QX. Ubicom IP5K. Zoran SupraTV, SupraHD, Vaddis.
OS: Embedded Linux, Android, Apple iOS, KEIL RTOS, Nucleus, pSOS, VxWorks, Win32, WindowsCE™ and proprietary operating systems. Embedded Wizard can also be deployed without OS/RTOS.
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Embedded Wizard was designed and developed by Paul Banach & Manfred Schweyer.