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from Instructables.com

5 Inch HDMI Plug and Play Camera Monitor

In this project, we're going to make a DIY monitor using an 5 inch HDMI touch screen and a 3D printed enclosure.A display monitor is a very helpful tool for video production, you can check the pictures right away to make the adjustment。OK, let's find out what we need:1. A camera which support HDMI output. such as NICON or Cannon and so on.2. 3D printer. 3. 5 Inch 800*480 HDMI Resistive Touch Screen LCD Display for Raspberry Pi 2/3/B+4. HDMI cable with MiniHDMI cable or a MiniHDMI converter. 5. A bracket, you can just design it and print it by 3D printer or make it by yourself.6. M3 screw X 4

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Griffin iTrip Auto Player

Griffin iTrip Auto Player Hardly been used iTrip player for you car! It does still work I promise! Has an hdmi plug in so you can charge your phone at the same time. Griffin Other

Some may disagree but in floor electrical is amazing. especially if putting a lamp on an end table in the middle of the room.

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from Gizmodo

Intel's $150 HDMI Stick Turns Any TV Into a Windows Desktop

Got an HDMI port handy? Sure, you could plug in a Chromecast, Fire TV Stick or Roku Streaming Stick to get your Netflix fix. Or you could pay $150 to get a full Windows 8.1 PC in the same form factor.

note to self .. when building a house use recessed outlets so the furniture can fit flat against the wall and there are no messy cords

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from Engadget

Get ready for simple USB-C to HDMI cables

Get ready for simple USB-C to HDMI cables More devices are starting to ship with USB-C connectors built-in and today groups behind HDMI and USB announced another way to take advantage of it. That method is HDMI Alt Mode which means cable manufacturers can build a connector that plugs directly from the port on your phone laptop or other device into the HDMI port on a TV or monitor. With this spec theres no additional dongle or adapter needed in the middle. Its all pretty simple with just a USB Type-C cable on one end HDMI on the other but there are a couple of drawbacks. It supports the older HDMI 1.4b spec instead of the newer HDMI 2.0b. What that means for you is that while 4K video 3D HDMI-CEC and Audio Return Channel are all supported it wont be quite enough to send the newest Ultra HD 4K video with HDR. Thats probably not an issue if youre just trying to play a video or two from your phone but its good to know. - Repost from: engadget Post - you can download ImmedTech app for android from link : http://bit.ly/ITapp-v1512