I'm sorry, that my replay don't follow one thought - I have parallel thought process
, so here is some of my thoughts about yours display:
I gave a quick look at the DS - those displays need constant refresh so directly driving it from Rpi won't work.. You can use small MCU with CortexMx core as controller (stm32f/LPC/etc... - lot of work, and you have to keep the timings and signals right )...
But to me it look like, the display could be interfaced with some SED1375 (now they called S1D137xx) or some better chip as controller, check where the display is connected on mainboard if it goes straight to CPU then best option would be getting something like SED1375 (new name: S1D13705), the only issue is to get S1D13705 now (they are hard to get
) - this will cost you: a lot of time and some cash too, and you might get nothing in result.
Look at http://vdc.epson.com/index.php?option=c ... 44&Itemid=
- there are Epson controllers for LCDs listed with docs, maybe you'll find something that could drive your lcd.
You'd be at home
, if display signals go to some controller (like S1D137xxx/SED1375) then you'll just need to desolder the controller (and it's RAM), and build your own board for it - of course if you'll get a datasheet for the controller.
-- Those are my thoughts about the display
, in anyway you'll have to spend a lot of time on this and have good electronic knowledge and enough experience too, to get this display(s) working.