I think that using an expander for 16bit interfaces would be more elegant. Such as the MCP23S17 for SPI or MCP23017 for I2C.
But these chips only provide 16bit, and no control for WR and CS signals.
Still, could this be somehow implemented?
If the monitor only supports VGA, you can't solder any hdmi wires. You need an active converter.sixglazed wrote:This is awesome! How would you got about soldering the HDMI cable if your monitor only supports VGA?
With the small board you can connect it to the RCA video out on the Raspberry Pi, but not to the DSI port. DSI is out of reach for anyone except Broadcom anyway. Such an open design!GelatiN wrote:there's no way ? even with the small board ?ceteras wrote:You cannot connect your LCD to that (they are different things).