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Here's the link:http://www.dx.com/p/usb-dc-0-9-5v-to-dc-5v-voltage...I'm not very good at transistors but I know you have to find a way to step up the voltage from 3.7V to at least 5V yup
Follow the instructions here!http://www.waveshare.com/wiki/3.5inch_RPi_LCD_(A)After that you may need change some settings to rotate the display to the proper orientation.
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Thanks haha! Maybe you can switch out the raspberry pi for a small smart phone and connect it with an OTG cable :D
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It might be a little awkward at first, but I've been using it everyday and have gotten used to it haha. Might not be comfortable for everyone though!
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This is so cool yet so simple! I bet it can even activate other types of things haha
Here's the link! I'll update it when I get access to a computer hahahttp://www.dx.com/p/usb-dc-0-9-5v-to-dc-5v-voltage-step-up-boost-module-blue-288273#.V6PMzYkRXqA
Thanks for pointing it out! Will fix it when i get access to a computer!
Haha yes! You can use the HDMI/Composite to use a Bigger Display and also Power it normally with a microUSB wall plug.Thanks for the tip about ODroid, will definitely check it out. Might even make an Odroid version hahaha
Oooo looks cool!
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