Have you tried the Python-programmable IoT displays by Riverdi? They have a Zerynth license onboard, and you can program them right out of the box.
Our partner, Riverdi, has just published an interesting demo that used the Zerynth powered IoT displays to create a Philips Hue lighting control panel.
Mouser Electronics mobile magazine has published an interesting post about the partnership we entered into this year with Riverdi and Bridgetek. Of course, the main focus of the post are the Python programmable IoT displays that have been created out of the partnership.
Zerynth r2.2.0 is out with support for Bridgetek BT81x powering Riverdi displays, and BLE enabled ESP32 VMs
We are very happy to announce the release of Zerynth [...]
A list of Zerynth powered solutions that will inspire you to look beyond your expectations of what you can do with Python.
We are proud to announce our newest technological partnership with Riverdi, the popular manufacturer of display solutions.