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7" touch screen Display RGB type interfacing to RPi compute module.

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Hello community,
I hope you all are doing well.

My question is, I am making one board which contain one Raspberry Pi compute module 3, for the display purpose I have two options, one is HDMI and another MIPI interfaces. For the display part I am looking for a 7" capacitive type touch display. But the key thing is that I want to stick the LCD over the PCB board I am making, jut like any display unit available in the market.
For some generic LCD I got one click here. The display is RGB type interface. So,

1. Can I interface RGB type LCD to Rpi - (which I have searched many places but not getting satisfactory answer)
2. Is there any converter available to convert RGB to either MIPI or HDMI interfaces?
3. As I shared the link of display click here is there any similar kind of displays available with MIPI interface? I mean FRC connector type without PCB?

Thank you.
 

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Hi,

1) I did search for "raspberry RGB jnterface". Many hits. Direct usage of GPIO pins. Also called "DPI"
2) Are you sure about "RGB to MIPI"? I think you rather need "MIPI to RGB".

Klaus
 

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There can be an issue if we use "DPI" method for RGB interface, as there is one SPI peripheral available in the board for which might get effected if I use "DPI".
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Link which I followed.

Another thing is I found two ICs SN65DSI83 and SN65LVDS822 to interface from Rpi to the display.

Can you suggest me if it is okay?
 

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why you don't prefer all inclusive lcd panels with hdmi back pack.
Have a look.
Good luck.
 

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