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« on: August 16, 2008, 09:12:29 AM »

hey

please tell me its possible if not ima say it iz

anything is possible

but i want to know how to make cheap mini projector out of the lcd from the ds

umm and if possible make a mouse out of the touch screen part of the ds

i have great ideas but i dont know where to began and im 17

but i do want to ask all of you who will see this

could y'all possible take time out to teach me so i can pass it on

i would love to no tech just the basics  will help

and if you thinking of money then you have know life

but if you are intelligent you know how to survive with out the illusions

  hope y'all could help


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« Reply #1 on: August 17, 2008, 10:02:12 PM »

These are both very complicated projects and not just "the basics."  It will require some money to put together (bulbs for projectors can easily run well above $100).  Most importantly however, the results are not likely to be very good.  The screen on the DS is very small, and it's resolution is 256 x 192.  If you turn this screen into a projector to blow it up, the image quality will be really, really bad.  The resolution of the DS's touch screen is going to have about the same (if not exactly the same) resolution as the screen, so for that same reason, it will not be an effective mouse.  You would not have the sensitivity required to do much of anything.

Bottom line, yes, these projects are possible, but no, you shouldn't attempt them.  You'll only end up with a bunch of DS pieces.  And please, please, please learn how to put together a sentence.

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« Reply #2 on: August 20, 2008, 11:25:51 PM »

don't be stifled by naysayers. even if it doesn't work very well, you'll learn a whole lot in the process. these types of experimentation are what leads on to the really great ideas. admittedly, you do write like a foreigner, and in the future, I'm sure you'll discover a more professional post will attract more useful and intelligent replies.
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« Reply #3 on: August 21, 2008, 05:15:32 AM »

mafjr16
Google "Homemade Projector" I have seen heaps even some companies sell full packages. (Saw a really cool one installed in a restored and pimmed up old-school pram, look awesome). Their are quite a few video's and instructions floating around online help you. This is possibly not the best site for such a discussion. Try some of the electronics forums.

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