I understand there’s the builtin function for arcs
inkyphat.arc but I don’t understand how to use it correctly. Can someone help explain that with some examples?
Playing around with the given
inkyphat.arc((0, 0, 212, 104), 0, 180, 2) gives a red arc that start at the middle of the screen and drops to the bottom of the screen before coming back to the middle of the screen.
Flipping the 0 and 180 above changes the arc to go to the top of the screen instead of the bottom.
The 0, 0 starting point doesn’t really seem to matter as much as the 212, 104 ending point for controlling the height of the arc from base. This is where I’m getting confused. Would like to make one arc that starts at the bottom left of the screen, reaches the top, and ends in the bottom right. Then a second arc that starts at the same place, but doesn’t go as high as the top like the first arc, and then ends at the same place on the bottom right. How can I do this?