SixtyFPS helps to simplify development of GUI for embedded platforms.
This lightweight, native, and straightforward GUI framework efficiently targets embedded platforms to create a high performant applications based on C++, but also Rust, the latest succession of C++ with the modern evolution.
As young as it can be, SixtyFPS has quickly become a new succession of Qt, especially in the low-end target hardwares that are widely popular in industrial embedded, home appliances, automotive and other IoT devices.
What is SixtyFPS?
Design goals for SixtyFPS include:
In efforts to expand its supported platforms on low-end systems, SixtyFPS is in research with multiple SOC companies. If you like what you see from the Raspberry PI demo (above), please contact us to find out if this can be ported to your own target platform.
What can we do?
tQCS and SixtyFPS can provide off-the-shelf GUI framework for low-end target hardwares with a team of experienced engineers who can support from kernel, drivers, BSP as well as your choice of operating system. Currently it's optimized for embedded linux platform, and is in the research phase of supporting FreeRTOS. We are also working with multiple SOC companies to include out-of-box GUI toolkit which can be used to develop GUI application on low-end target hardwares that are widely popular in industrial embedded, home appliances, automotive and other IoT devices.
Technical Roadmap can be found here.
If you want to be the first to market your product with GUI application that are beautiful, performant, and cost-effective, we can bring it to your selection of OS/SOC. Alternatively, under its dual licensing policy on GPL/commercial, developers can self develop the port free-of-charge.
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