- Dec 10, 2016
- Constant Fear
- sin^2(x) + cos^2(x) +e^(i*pi)
Maybe for Rev 2 if there is one. Looks like a cool process, if a little fiddly. Something to mess with after I'm done with this project I guess.You should try this https://bitbuilt.net/forums/index.p...olor-prints-adding-designs-to-your-case.2813/
and use red for the Raspberry pi Logo :3
Yea man, I did basically what you said above. Probed with a meter and reconnected as I went along. I got it working first time amazingly, it was the first HDMI port I ever re-wired like that. I expected something to go wrong but it works nicely.Nice work!
I've got a question about your HDMI solution.
I've also built myself a Pi Handheld (will start my own thread shortly to show it off) but I'm currently running analog video due to strict size constraints. I'm considering now attempting to upgrade to HDMI as I'm really not happy with the loss of clarity due to the analog video. I see you've hand wired a HDMI connection on your screen? Any tips on how to achieve the same thing? I've found very limited information in my googling about how HDMI plugs are wired. Is it just pin 1 to pin 1, pin 2 to pin 2 etc? I'm guessing you just back probed the connector to find where it connects on the board before removing it?
Yeah I considered that. Trouble is I've got a pi zero on one end with a mini HDMI connector. I may be able to squeeze a break out in there, just wanted to know if the wiring is straight through which it sounds like it is.Instead of hand wiring it, why not just replace the HDMI port on each board with a 19 pin FFC connector of the same pitch?