stupid but...


    May 17 2007 | 11:04 pm
    potentially useful.
    Here is a really primitive test of using java to draw to a jit matrix.
    Ben's examples are a lot better if you want to go deeper with this
    stuff but I thought I would share this since it is super simple.
    if you want to use java graphics apis check out the JitterMatrix
    BufferedImage
    methods. In this example I am just treating the matrix like a raw
    display.
    Obviously you need jitter installed.

    • Jun 08 2008 | 2:41 pm
      thanks for your answer, but it's looking like the exemple patch is not attached in your message...
    • Jun 08 2008 | 4:51 pm
      Hey. I just searched the archive and can't find the post I am talking
      about. Perhaps some revisionists got ahold of the forum management
      software or I totally fantasized about posting it in the first place. I
      will post an example next time I am at my home which will be later this
      evening. It basically just writes a whole matrix worth of information
      at a time to a jitter window. Its like writing into a screenbuffer....
      /* FROM SIDEKICK LX*/
    • Jun 09 2008 | 3:32 am
      > It basically just writes a whole matrix worth of information
      at a time to a jitter window. Its like writing into a screenbuffer....
      Thanks! This sounds nice...