Let's say I have a Python script that receives an IR signal and lights up an LED. We'll call it a "hit" indicator. In the IR transmission, let's say a person's name was embedded in the signal. How might I write or draw that name onto the official Raspberry Pi 7" LCD that is connected via the display ribbon?
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I'm sure there are many, many ways of doing this but one of the easiest would be to create a GUI with python's built in tkinter module. Size the GUI window to the size of the LCD screen and when the IR signal name is received, code a label with name received to be displayed on the GUI.