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DIY custom LCD

Posted on Thursday, December 5th, 2013 in DIY, LCD by DP

This video by  Ben Krasnow  discusses how to make your own custom LCD.

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6 Responses to “DIY custom LCD”

  1. Blodgar says:

    Ben, that’s impressive! You are nominated for my rebuild-civilization-after-cataclysm team!
    However, that light assembly makes me suspect that you are working with….DALEKS!

  2. FourthDr says:

    I second that! EXTERMINATE! EXTERMINATE!! :-P :-D

  3. Trev says:

    Far out!

  4. LCD says:

    I can buy the LCD, but where to find the driver board?

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