This hack lets you use a TV in place of a graphic LCD screen. But we like to think of this less as a replacement for a GLCD and more of a simple way to get your information onto a television. A PIC 18F452 acts as a translator between the GLCD parallel inputs and a composite video output. There are some malformed image links on the page which we’ve fixed and linked to after to the break so that you can take a look at the schematic, component layout, and PCB artwork. The assembler code and hex file are available for download but you’ll need to register to get access to them.
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7 thoughts on “Control A TV With GLCD Commands”
This is cool! I like PICs. ;)
i like this too
Hi: Can i used this like a screen for mp3 ” zen v ” 1mb wich has a flat ribbon of 41 wires?
@kabukicho2001 — I don’t this so. This is an emulator for one of those common GLCD screens that are like 20 pins at most, and have a resolution of like 128x64x1bpp.
how can you do the opposite? namely to display composite video on a parallel QVGA GLCD?
Caller ID on TV applications?
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