I meant the HDMI and the ribbon lcd connection thats on the boarddrgeoff wrote:If you mean HDMI and composite simultaneously, no.xeonpeacemaker wrote:Hello,
Can i have 2 separate video outputs on the B+?
Yes. If only the Gert VGA board actually existed (as a consumer product)…mahjongg wrote:Actually, and perhaps surprisingly, yes you can!
You can use the HDMI/DVI-D port for one monitor, and then use Gert's VGA adapter for a VGA monitor, both screens act independently from each other, so can display different contents.
In the future the Raspberry PI Foundation will bring out a DSI (display serial interface) LCD panel, that can also be used independently from the HDMI interface.
Thank you. I am glad to hear that.Gert van Loo wrote:Just give it time.Yes. If only the Gert VGA board actually existed (as a consumer product)…
http://www.raspberrypi.org/documentatio ... /README.mdxeonpeacemaker wrote:Off topic, can i get 2 or more Pi's to talk to each-other via Ethernet/usb?
Don't even bother with looking at USB, the easiest way is with TCP/IP (or UDP/IP). Search the forum for "MQTT" or "Mosquitto", MQTT is the protocol for the Internet of Things and Mosquitto is the broker that makes MQTT happen.xeonpeacemaker wrote:Off topic, can i get 2 or more Pi's to talk to each-other via Ethernet/usb?
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