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Completely homemade smartglasses

Posted: Sun May 19, 2019 9:00 pm
by micahlt
Hey guys...
I’m a beginner on the Rasberry Pi, and I’m going to make some smart glasses. I’m using a toy spy car that could transmit video to a headset to create the NED (near eye display). By breaking open the headset, I found that it uses the CyberDisplay 300M LV LCD display by KOPIN. I’ve even found a data sheet for this obscure display: https://www.electronicsdatasheets.com/d ... format=pdf. The sheet states that the display has the same display architecture as the industry standard LCD monitor or TV. This should enable it to connect to a Pi through the GPIO pins. However, I can’t find out which inputs I’ll need to connect to which pins, and if I’ll need a certain driver. Inside the headset is also a KOPIN A300 controller: https://datasheetspdf.com/pdf/672941/KO ... -A300-QB/3. I don’t think it should be necessary to include this, but I’m a noob. If ANYONE can help out, I’d greatly appreciate it. I’ve included some images below for reference.

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