Source code for adafruit_featherwing.matrix_featherwing

# SPDX-FileCopyrightText: 2019 Melissa LeBlanc-Williams for Adafruit Industries
# SPDX-License-Identifier: MIT


Helper for using the `Adafruit 8x16 LED Matrix FeatherWing

* Author(s): Melissa LeBlanc-Williams

__version__ = "0.0.0+auto.0"
__repo__ = ""

import board
from adafruit_ht16k33 import matrix

from adafruit_featherwing.auto_writeable import AutoWriteable

    from typing import Optional, Tuple, Union
    from busio import I2C
except ImportError:

[docs] class MatrixFeatherWing(AutoWriteable): """Class representing an `Adafruit 8x16 LED Matrix FeatherWing <>`_. Automatically uses the feather's I2C bus.""" def __init__(self, address: int = 0x70, i2c: Optional[I2C] = None): if i2c is None: i2c = board.I2C() self._matrix = matrix.Matrix16x8(i2c, address) self._matrix.auto_write = False self.columns = 16 self.rows = 8 super().__init__() def __getitem__(self, key: Tuple[int, int]) -> bool: """ Get the current value of a pixel """ x, y = key return self.pixel(x, y) def __setitem__(self, key: Tuple[int, int], value: Union[int, bool]): """ Turn a pixel off or on """ x, y = key self.pixel(x, y, value) self._update() def _update(self): """ Update the Display automatically if auto_write is set to True """ if self._auto_write:
[docs] def pixel(self, x: int, y: int, color: Optional[bool] = None) -> Optional[bool]: """ Turn a pixel on or off or retrieve a pixel value :param int x: The pixel row :param int y: The pixel column :param color: Whether to turn the pixel on or off :type color: int or bool """ value = self._matrix.pixel(x, y, color) self._update() return value
[docs] def show(self): """ Update the Pixels. This is only needed if auto_write is set to False This can be very useful for more advanced graphics effects. """
[docs] def fill(self, fill: bool): """ Turn all pixels on or off :param bool fill: True turns all pixels on, False turns all pixels off """ if isinstance(fill, bool): self._matrix.fill(1 if fill else 0) self._update() else: raise ValueError("Must set to either True or False.")
[docs] def shift_right(self, rotate: bool = False): """ Shift all pixels right :param rotate: (Optional) Rotate the shifted pixels to the left side (default=False) """ self._matrix.shift_right(rotate) self._update()
[docs] def shift_left(self, rotate: bool = False): """ Shift all pixels left :param rotate: (Optional) Rotate the shifted pixels to the right side (default=False) """ self._matrix.shift_left(rotate) self._update()
[docs] def shift_up(self, rotate: bool = False): """ Shift all pixels up :param rotate: (Optional) Rotate the shifted pixels to bottom (default=False) """ self._matrix.shift_up(rotate) self._update()
[docs] def shift_down(self, rotate: bool = False): """ Shift all pixels down :param rotate: (Optional) Rotate the shifted pixels to top (default=False) """ self._matrix.shift_down(rotate) self._update()
@property def blink_rate(self): """ Blink Rate returns the current rate that the pixels blink. 0 = Not Blinking 1-3 = Successively slower blink rates """ return self._matrix.blink_rate @blink_rate.setter def blink_rate(self, rate: int): self._matrix.blink_rate = rate @property def brightness(self): """ Brightness returns the current display brightness. 0-15 = Dimmest to Brightest Setting """ return round(self._matrix.brightness * 15) @brightness.setter def brightness(self, brightness: int): if not 0 <= brightness <= 15: raise ValueError("Brightness must be a value between 0 and 15") self._matrix.brightness = brightness / 15