[757labs] Raspberry Pi display...
michaelbuckbee at gmail.com
Thu May 24 13:52:21 EDT 2012
All I saw was a terrifying Yankee Candle air freshener, but in all
seriousness that is way cool.
I poked around on the internet but didn't find any 7" LCDs with HDMI for
less than about $170.
If you really wanted something crazy you could hook a Pico projector up to
the Raspberry and project the image up onto the windshield so you get the
reflection in your eyes.
On Thu, May 24, 2012 at 1:01 PM, Lee <leep at tigerbase.com> wrote:
> Did you mention pictures? :)
> On Thu, May 24, 2012 at 12:36 PM, Joel Kirch <joelkirch at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Pictures or it didn't happen.
>> On May 24, 2012 10:05 AM, "Lee" <leep at tigerbase.com> wrote:
>>> I've been playing with my (Raspberry) Pi and am starting to form some
>>> ideas for projects I want to build. Most require a display for the Pi.
>>> Any suggestions for a small (7") inexpensive (< $100) display with HDMI
>>> in? Composite would do, but I'd prefer HDMI. I've seen plenty of car Rear
>>> Camera composit displays for < $50, but HDMI would really be nice.
>>> BTW, I think I achieved a new level of Uber-Geek last night. I had an
>>> idea on my way to my girlfriend's house last night and when I pulled into
>>> her drive way I left the car running, pulled out the Pi, hooked the RCA
>>> video-in cable from my in-dash GPS into the Pi, plugged in a USB keyboard
>>> and mouse, unplugged the USB charger from my phone and plugged it into the
>>> Pi... and I had Linux up and running on my in-dash GPS display. Logged in,
>>> started up X and I was using a keyboard and mouse to operate a full
>>> graphical environment computer... in my car... for $35. New level of
>>> Uber-Geek? I think so. :P Especially considering the fact that I happened
>>> to HAVE a Raspberry Pi, Keyboard, Mouse, and USB charger all in my car with
>>> me, and the fact that I did all this BEFORE going in to greet my girlfriend
>>> (a proper geek must have his priorities straight, right?) LOL! :)
>>> --- Lee
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