The key points are:
There is a long term idea that would just ROCK... but it involves
Very complex unless done in small parts and it doesn't break down well as
each part is sort of useless without the rest. See
Mirror scanning intermittant-use low-cost camera
I have found this page through a search engine whilst searching for "lcd to rs232 adapter" as I am trying to purchase such an adaptor and this is the only page that has any reference. Do you sell such an adaptor or can you tell me where I can get one? Thanks+
Sadly, no, I don't have one. I just think it would be possible to make such a thing with a small, very fast, processor like the Ubicom SX chips.
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