Core graphics library for Arduino.
Based on the Processing API.

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This library is compatible with the samd architecture so you should be able to use it on the following Arduino boards:

Compatibility Note

Note: while the library is supposed to compile correctly on these architectures, it might require specific hardware features that may be available only on some boards.


To use this library, open the Library Manager in the Arduino IDE and install it from there.


This is a library that allows you to draw and write on screens with graphical primitives; it requires a specific hardware interfacce library to drive the screen you are using, therefore every screen type should have its own hardware specific library.

To use this library

#include <ArduinoGraphics.h>

To let you easily understand the usage of the graphics primitives, we are using a dummy screen object named YourScreen that should be substituted with the real one, Eg. MATRIX, OLED, TFT and so on. Refer to the hardware interfacing library of your screen to get more details.

The style and syntax of this library is inspired by Processing 3 and we believe that learning Processing is very helpful to develop complex applications that combine the versatility of Arduino driven hardware with the power of a pc based graphical interface.