Im currently designing a handheld device that, optimistically, uses an RPi Zero or Zero W as the main component. So far I intend to rig up a mouse controller using an Arduino Pro Micro with tactile buttons and 1 PSP joystick, but then there is the issue of a display. I have this salvaged and operational 4.3" TFT display, which can be purchased off sites like Alibaba or other sellers from China. It took me a while to find out where the schematics or even the pinout list would be, but i found them via this site below. The PDF next to the images has the pinout list
http://www.tekswo-display.com/displays/ ... duino.html
I have been looking around for a method to get this board to work, its mainly the size of it that i want to utilize. There are 40pin board connectors that i imagine would work for this display. (the top of the pinout list recommends a module that isnt manufactured anymore, but i have dug up alternatives.) What im not certain about is what it would take to make a board that could translate the signals from the RPi to the display without everything getting ruined.
Do i try to make some kind of adapter board that could work, and if so, is there any info about that? Is there one already out there that could work? Or should i stick with a different display like a 5" or above?