Oh nice! That would be awesome if you could document the process. The GUIX Hello World tutorial is rather gratifying to get working and it’s easy to modify. I spoke @jcasman and he’s planning to loan you his personal SK-S7G2 and then try and get more from our sponsor, Renesas. he might walk it over today or you can contact him and arrange pickup. Click on any of these tutorials. http://learn.iotcommunity.io/tags/guix to get a feel for the GUIX projects. This is something you could get going within an hour and then start modifying the GUI and event handling in another hour. You could then use the GUI to display data or trigger events with the Renesas IoT Sandbox (Medium One) and mobile apps. So, you could get something slick in a reasonable amount of time.
The coolest project thus far is the one below by @elpaniagua
How’s that for a LCD hack!!!
On a different topic, I notice that there are 5 docs for the DK-S3A7 (not the S3A7 IoT Fast Prototyping Kit that we all have). I’m curious if those might be an easier starting point for the S3A7 IoT Fast Prototyping Kit.
Bluetooth Low Energy on DK-S7G2 and DK-S3A7 - Application Project
Nov.18.16 Rev.1.01 1.08 Mbytes R12AN0027EU0101 Application Notes
Renesas Synergy™ Project DK-S3A7 Segment LCD Display Example
Nov.18.16 Rev.1.00 141.29 Kbytes R12AN0035EU0101 Application Notes
* DK-S3A7 v.2.0 Out-of-Box Demo Programming Guidelines - Application Project
Nov.18.16 Rev.1.11 432.5 Kbytes R12AN0025EU0111 Application Notes
Renesas Synergy™ Project Checking Analog Inputs on the DK-S3A7 in Sleep Mode
Sep.23.16 Rev.1.00 1.21 Mbytes R12AN0048EU0100 Application Notes
S3A7 Development Kit (DK-S3A7) Quick Start Guide
Jan.08.16 Rev.1.01 1.12 Mbytes R12QS0003EU0101 Quick Start Guide