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FT800 Sample Application Introduction For
VM800B and VM800C Development Kits
and Windows PC
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Issue Date: 28 August 2013
This document is provided to introduce the setup of a Sample Application running on
a Windows PC with a VM800B or VM800C development system. The objective of the
Sample Application is to enable users to become familiar with the usage of the
FT800, the design flow, and display list language used to design the desired user
interface or visual effect.
Use of FTDI devices in life support and/or safety applications is entirely at the user’s
risk, and the user agrees to defend, indemnify and hold FTDI harmless from any and all
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Table of Contents
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Introduction .................................................................... 2
1.1
Audience ................................................................................... 2
1.2
Scope ........................................................................................ 2
1.3
Overview ................................................................................... 3
1.3.1
Hardware ................................................................................................. 3
1.3.2
Application flow......................................................................................... 4
1.3.3
Architecture .............................................................................................. 5
1.4
Hardware requirement .............................................................. 5
1.5
Software requirement ............................................................... 5
1.5.1
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Software package introduction .................................................................... 6
Set up steps .................................................................... 7
2.1
Hardware Connection ................................................................ 7
2.2
Source code build ...................................................................... 8
2.2.1
Determine the screen size .......................................................................... 8
2.2.2
Determine the group of functions to build and run ......................................... 8
2.2.3
Experimenting with the Sample Application project ....................................... 9
2.2.4
Source file brief ........................................................................................ 9
2.2.5
Project file brief ........................................................................................ 9
2.2.6
Major function groups in the Sample Application ........................................... 9
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Helpful Hints ................................................................. 13
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Contact Information ...................................................... 14
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Appendix A– References ............................................... 15
Document References ...................................................................... 15
Acronyms and Abbreviations ........................................................... 15
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Appendix B – List of Tables & Figures ........................... 16
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Appendix C– Revision History ....................................... 17
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1 Introduction
FT800 combines display, audio and touch functionality into one single chip, powered by FTDI
Chip’s advanced EVE technology, Embedded Video Engine. The FT800 device interfaces with a
system MCU via either a SPI or I2C interface. To help customers easily utilize the functionality of
the FT800 in a project, a Sample Application is provided here for tutorial purposes.
The Sample Application has been written for usage in conjunction with the FTDI USB to SPI bridge
cable that incorporates the FT232H. This cable operates in MPSSE mode (Multi-Protocol
Synchronous Serial Engine) to enable the code to be executed from a PC and bridged over USB to
provide stimulus to the VM800B and VM800C development systems for fast and easy testing.
Users can read the source code of the Sample Application first, then run the code to observe the
effects. Editing the code is also encouraged to help learn the features of the FT800.
Note that although the basic project compiles for the Windows PC with the MPSSE cable, most of
the code could be re-used in different microcontroller design environments. All that the FT800
requires is a host microcontroller device with an SPI or I2C master interface and the transportation
layer of Sample Application adapted for the specifc device.
Further information regarding the FT800 programming language or pseudo code can be found in
the FT800 Programmer Guide. This document introduces how to set up and use the Sample
Application with the FTDI VM800B/C development kits and a Windows PC.
For VM800B or VM800C development board details, please refer to the datasheets for VM800B or
VM800C modules from FTDI.
NOTE: Any source code is provided on an “as is” basis, and is neither guaranteed nor
supported.
1.1 Audience
This document assumes the audience have read the datasheet and Programmer Guide of the
FT800. In addition, familiarity of the C/C++programming language is necessary to understand the
Sample Application source code.
1.2 Scope
The Sample Application mentioned in this document runs on a Windows PC, through Microsoft
Visual Studio C++ software. It is comprised of the source code as well as project files.
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1.3 Overview
1.3.1 Hardware
The diagram below illustrates the overall hardware setup.
TFT
USB
SPI
FT800
WINDOWS PC
FTDI MPSSE
CABLE
SPEAKER
VM800C
Figure 1-1: Example Block Diagram of Setup for VM800C board with Windows PC
The VM800B and VM800C units require minimal hardware configuration. The FT800 IC, the TFT
display and the speaker are all included in the module assembly. The MPSSE cable provides the
USB to SPI bridge.
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1.3.2 Application flow
The diagram below gives the basic flow to configure the FT800 in an application.
CONFIGURE
THE SPI
MASTER
(MODE 0 – MSB)
INITIALISE THE FT800
RESET THE
FT800 CORE –
WRITE 0x68,
0x00
READ
DUMMY
DATA AT
ADDRESS 0
SET THE
CLOCK –
WRITE 0x44,
0x00
INITIALISE THE TFT DISPLAY
LOAD
DUMMY
DISPLAY
LIST (e.g.
blank screen)
CONFIGURE
VSYNC
CONFIGURE
HSYNC
ENABLE
PCLK
CONFIGURE
THE TFT TOUCH
SENSE
CONFIGURE
THE AUDIO
VOLUME
CREATE
DISPLAY LIST
UPDATE (SWAP)
DISPLAY LIST
Figure 1-2: Typical Application Flow
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1.3.3 Architecture
The Sample Application is designed to easily port to various platforms with SPI host functionality.
To achieve this, the Sample Application introduces one HAL (hardware abstraction layer) to make
the Sample Application code generic for different platforms.
Sample Application
Application
HAL
SPI
FT800
Figure 1.3: Architecture diagram
1.4 Hardware requirement
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VM800B or VM800C development kit.
Note that this kit comes with an option for 3 different size displays, 3.5”, 4.3”, or
5.0”(VM800B35A-D, VM800C35A-D, VM800B43A-D, VM800C43A-D, VM800B50A-D, or
VM800C50A-D, respectively).

Microsoft Windows based PC working as a host. Windows XP onwards is preferred.
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FTDI MPSSE cable (3.3V). FTDI USB interface to SPI converter.

One USB A to MicroB cable to provide power to the VM800B/C board. Optional if a battery
or other power source is provided for the VM800B or VM800C development board.
1.5 Software requirement

D2XX driver for the FTDI MPSSE cable. Please download and install on the PC.

Microsoft Visual C++. The IDE(Integrated Development Environment) used to create the
Sample Application. It is required by users to build and run the Sample Application. Note:
The express version of the tool is a free download from Microsoft.
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FT800 Sample Application release package.
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1.5.1 Software package introduction
1.5.1.1 Folder introduction

Folder "Src" includes the .C source files of the Sample Application.
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Folder "Bin" includes the binary and library files used by the Sample Application
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Folder "Hdr" includes the .h files which define the macros, data structures and function
prototypes for the source .C files.

Folder "Test" includes the resources files, such as bitmaps and sound tracks used in the
application.
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Folder "Project" includes the MSVC project and solution file.
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Folder "Docs" includes the folder "MSVC_Win32" which contains this document.
1.5.1.2 Dependency

FT800 Sample Application depends on the FTDI D2XX driver to communicate with FT800
through the FTDI MPSSE cable.

FT800 Sample Application is one console application with a GUI interface at the Windows
PC side.

FT800 Sample Application is linked with the FTDI libMPSSE-SPI library, Please see
http://www.ftdichip.com/Support/SoftwareExamples/MPSSE/LibMPSSE-SPI.htm for details.
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2 Set up steps
2.1 Hardware Connection
The picture below shows the connection on the VM800C board.
Two USB ports will be used on the windows PC:
One USB cable connecting via the MicroB connector is used to supply power (5V/100mA) from the
PC to the device.
One FTDI MPSSE cable is needed to connect the PC with the FT800 SPI interface.
Figure 2-1: Module Connections
Signals from the MPSSE cable to the VM800C board are colour coded as shown below.
Figure 2-2: MPSSE cable connection
MPSSE cable Signal Name
Colour
SCK
ORANGE
MOSI
YELLOW
MISO
GREEN
CS#
BROWN
INT#
PURPLE
PD#
BLUE
GND
BLACK
Table 1 MPSSE cable signal colour
mapping
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2.2 Source code build
Open the file "Project\Msvc_win32\SampleApp\ SampleApp.sln" with Microsoft Visual C++ and the
following screen should appear:
Figure 2-3: Visual Studio Project Page
2.2.1 Determine the screen size
For 3.5 inch display panels, ensure the compilation macro switch "#define SAMAPP_DISPLAY_QVGA"
in "Hdr\FT_Platform.h" is defined. This macro enables the FT800 to support 3.5 inches panels
with a resolution of 320x240 pixels.
For 4.3 or 5 inch display panels, please ensure the macro above is undefined within the Sample
Application project. This will ensure the correct display resolution is selected to match the 4.3 or 5
inch display panels with a resolution of 480x272 pixels.
After correctly setting the definition, re-build the project.
Display panels other than those stated above are not supported at this time by the Sample
Application.
2.2.2 Determine the group of functions to build and run
All the functions are grouped into 5 categories, which are compiled and built under the following
compiler switches in the file "Project\Hdr\FT_Platform.h "
#define
#define
#define
#define
#define
#define
SAMAPP_ENABLE_APIS_SET0
SAMAPP_ENABLE_APIS_SET1
SAMAPP_ENABLE_APIS_SET2
SAMAPP_ENABLE_APIS_SET3
SAMAPP_ENABLE_APIS_SET4
SAMAPP_ENABLE_APIS_SET5
Users can define all 5 macros to be enabled at the same time or undefine sections to focus on a
certain feature.
Note the categories mentioned here are not the same as the groups mentioned in Major function
groups in the Sample Application. The groups here are defined for the purpose of running on the
Windows PC.
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2.2.3 Experimenting with the Sample Application project
Place the break point at the line you would like to study before you run the Sample Application.
This allows functions to be tested and executed one by one, thus simplifying debugging and
observing the functionality of each different function call. A key item to note is that the actual
display is not updated until the display list swap is executed.
Figure 2-4: Visual Studio Project Page
2.2.4 Source file brief
“SampleApp.c” under “src\” is the main source file for the Sample Application. The “Main” entry
function is inside. It defines all the sample functions. Breakpoints can be set in this file for each of
the functions for further study.
The functions in “SampleApp.c” are mostly in the form of “SAMAPP_GPU_xxx” and “SAMAPP_CoPro_xxx”.
“FT_Gpu_Hal.c” under folder “src” defines the transportation layer functions, which provide one
SPI abstraction layer to access the FT800. Editing this file allows for porting the application to
alternative MCU’s and compilers with minimum effort. It is more specific to the SPI master
interface than the FT800.
“FT_CoPro_Cmds.c” defines the APIs of the FT800 coprocessor engine commands. This file is
structured to be generic and could be ported to other projects for other target MCU’s.
“FT_GPU.h” defines the FT800 specific interface, including the instructions and parameters,
register names and memory maps. This file relates directly to the FT800 Programmers Guide and
is independent from any MCU.
“SampleApp_RawData.c” defines the bitmap and jpeg data used in the Sample Application.
2.2.5 Project file brief
“SampleApp.sln” is the solution file used by Microsoft Visual C++ IDE (Integrated Development
Environment). It will invoke other project files to restore the building environment on your PC.
You can open it after Microsoft Visual C++ is installed on your windows PC.
2.2.6 Major function groups in the Sample Application
The major functions in the Sample Application can be classified into the following groups according
to the functionality and design purpose.
2.2.6.1 Primitives group
The functions in this group are designed to demonstrate the usage of FT800 primitives.
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An FT800 primitive is the basic drawing command for geometric shapes, for example, points, lines
etc. More information on the primitives can be found in the FT800 Programmers Guide.
All the functions are in the form of “SAMAPP_GPU_xxx”. Here is the list:
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/*draw circles*/
SAMAPP_GPU_Points();
/*draw a triangle*/
SAMAPP_Gpu_Polygon();
/*draw lines*/
SAMAPP_GPU_Lines();
/*draw rectangles*/
SAMAPP_GPU_Rectangles();
/*draw bitmaps*/
SAMAPP_GPU_Bitmap();
/*draw palette format bitmap*/
SAMAPP_GPU_Bitmap_Palette()
/*draw palette format bitmap as background*/
SAMAPP_GPU_Bitmap_Palette()
/*draws chars with different fonts*/
SAMAPP_GPU_Fonts();
SAMAPP_GPU_Text8x8();
SAMAPP_GPU_TextVGA();
/*draws a bargraph*/
SAMAPP_GPU_Bargraph();
SAMAPP_GPU_LineStrips();
SAMAPP_GPU_EdgeStrips();
/*example of cutting away an active area on the display*/
SAMAPP_GPU_Scissor();
/*Font and Points Primitives combination*/
SAMAPP_GPU_FtdiString();
/*Call and Return Primitives combination*/
SAMAPP_GPU_StreetMap();
/*Additive blending of fonts*/
SAMAPP_GPU_AdditiveBlendText();
/*Usage of Macro*/
SAMAPP_GPU_MacroUsage();
/*Additive blending of points*/
SAMAPP_GPU_AdditiveBlendPoints();
2.2.6.2 Widgets group
The functions in this group are designed to demonstrate the FT800 graphic engine widgets, which
are visual components that have been created to reduce the effort of GUI programmers.
A widget will create a complex object with one command as opposed to many. For example, the
clock widget provides a large circle for the face, twelve circles for each number and 3 lines for
each clock hand. If this image was created without the widget the programmers would need to
draw 13 circles and 3 hands in separate primitive commands.
There are 14 in-built widgets and their sample functions are in the form of
“SAMAPP_CoPro_Widget_xxx” as below:
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SAMAPP_CoPro_Widget_Logo();
SAMAPP_CoPro_Widget_Text();
SAMAPP_CoPro_Widget_Number();
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SAMAPP_CoPro_Widget_Button();
SAMAPP_CoPro_Widget_Clock();
SAMAPP_CoPro_Widget_Guage();
SAMAPP_CoPro_Widget_Gradient();
SAMAPP_CoPro_Widget_Keys();
SAMAPP_CoPro_Widget_Progressbar();
SAMAPP_CoPro_Widget_Scroll();
SAMAPP_CoPro_Widget_Slider();
SAMAPP_CoPro_Widget_Dial();
SAMAPP_CoPro_Widget_Toggle();
SAMAPP_CoPro_Widget_Spinner();
The following functions are designed to demonstrate additional FT800 commands, which are
frequently used by programmers to simplify a project. They are in the form of
“SAMAPP_CoPro_xxx”.
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/*Screen calibrate example*/
SAMAPP_CoPro_Calibrate();
SAMAPP_CoPro_Screensaver();
/*Matrix example for Bitmap manipulation*/
SAMAPP_CoPro_Matrix();
/*Appending block of memory to the current display list*/
SAMAPP_CoPro_AppendCmds();
/*Decompress functionality example*/
SAMAPP_CoPro_Inflate();
/*JPEG decoding functionality example*/
SAMAPP_CoPro_Loadimage();
/*Customer Font example*/
SAMAPP_CoPro_Setfont();
/*Customer Font used in widget example : Chinese Font*/
SAMAPP_ChineseFont();
/*Track usage example for touch*/
SAMAPP_CoPro_Track();
/*Screenshot example*/
SAMAPP_CoPro_Snapshot();
/*Sketch example*/
SAMAPP_CoPro_Sketch();
2.2.6.3 Audio & Touch group
The APIs in this group demonstrate how to utilize the audio and touch functionality of the FT800.
/* Audio playback API */
o SAMAPP_Aud_Music_Player();
/* Audio Playback sample function in streaming way*/
o SAMAPP_Aud_Music_Player_Streaming();
/*FT800 Built-In Sound sample function*/
o SAMAPP_Sound()
/*FT800 Touch and Tag usage sample function*/
o SAMAPP_Touch()
/* FT800 Track coprocessor engine command usage sample */
o SAMAPP_CoPro_Track()
/*FT800 keys widget and touch tag usage example*/
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SAMAPP_CoPro_Widget_Keys_Interactive()
2.2.6.4 Host Command Group
The APIs in this group demonstrate the power management feature of the FT800.
/*Toggle the PD_N pin of FT800 for power cycle*/
o Ft_Gpu_Hal_Powercycle ()
/*
FT800 Host Command Function: users can send the respective host commands to achieve
clock source selection, power mode switch, frequency selection as well as core
reset.
*/
o Ft_Gpu_HostCommand()
/*
This API defines 6 scenarios of power mode switch, implemented by calling functions
above.
*/
o SAMAPP_PowerMode()
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3 Helpful Hints

Users are strongly encouraged to read the datasheets of the VM800B and VM800C
development systems before reading this document and starting to use the Sample
Application.

Before running the FT800 Sample Application, please make sure the FTDI MPSSE cable is
connected with VM800B or VM800C board and the proper driver is loaded.

If encountering issues while running the FT800 Sample Application, please check the USB
port status in the device manager of the Windows PC and make sure there are no other
USB ports in use with the D2XX driver.

The use of “debug” mode will allow individual sections of the Sample Application to be
executed through the placement of breakpoints.

Note that a calibration procedure (e.g. SAMAPP_CoPro_Calibrate()) is required if
experimenting with the touch screen feature.
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5 Appendix A– References
Document References
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
datasheet for VM800C: DS_VM800C EVE
datasheet for VM800B: DS_VM800B EVE
FTDI MPSSE for SPI application note
FT800 Programmer Guide
FT800 Embedded Video Engine Datasheet
6. Sample Application
Acronyms and Abbreviations
Terms
Description
EVE
Embedded Video Engine
IDE
Integrated Development Environment
MPSSE
FTDI Multi-Protocol Synchronous Serial Engine
MSVC
Microsoft Visual Studio C++ 2010
SPI
Serial Peripheral Interface
UI
User Interface
USB
Universal Serial Bus
VM800B/C
VM800B or VM800C board
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6 Appendix B – List of Tables & Figures
List of Figures
Figure 1-1: Example Block Diagram of Setup for VM800C board with Windows PC ..... 3
Figure 1-2: Typical Application Flow ........................................................................... 4
Figure 1.3: Architecture diagram ................................................................................ 5
Figure 2-1: Module Connections ................................................................................. 7
Figure 2-2: MPSSE cable connection ........................................................................... 7
Figure 2-3: Visual Studio Project Page ....................................................................... 8
Figure 2-4: Visual Studio Project Page ....................................................................... 9
List of Tables
Table 1 MPSSE cable signal colour mapping ............................................................. 7
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