Manga Screen rev b
Manga Screen rev B is a 5.9" LCD screen with a capacitive touch panel and an HDMI input.
If you have a Beaglebone black, a Raspberry Pi or (eventually) an Arduino Tre or any other embedded or personal computer with a DVI or HDMI output, you can attach a Manga Screen to it and it will work like a normal screen.
The resolution is high for such a small screen with 1080x1920 (Full HD) and the capacitive touch screen driver used is the fabulous Synaptics S3202.
Here are some tech specs:
Here is a picture of a prototype in action:
Where to buy
Rev B is still in development, but there will be a Kickstarter campaign late Q1 2017.
The HDMI connector on the screen is a type A (regular) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HDMI#Connectors
The USB connector on the screen is of type micro. It can be purchased in just about every Cheap Charley like store.
Manga Screen Rev B has been tested on Raspberry pi 1, 2 and 3.
If you have a Raspberry Pi, you will need to override the settings manually to get the right rotation and resolution. Look at the config page for Raspberry Pi, the section called "custom mode" for HDMI: https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/configuration/config-txt.md
Edit the config file:
sudo nano /boot/config.txt
Add this to the end of it:
hdmi_cvt=1080 1920 30 5 0 0 0 hdmi_group=2 hdmi_mode=87 max_framebuffer_width=1920 max_framebuffer_height=1920 display_rotate=1
Touch panel rotation
Works with resolution 1088 x 1920. Note that the x-resolution needs to be a multiple of 16. The remaining pixels will disappear into the vertical back porch.
Typically, the touch input is mapped to the main screen. To map the touch panel to the screen in X, use following command:
xinput map-to-output <device_nr> <output>
When plugged in the screen should enumerate as a mixed device, both a touch device and a serial device. The touch device will provide the touch screen data and the serial device can be used for controlling stuff on the screen.
To get a list of commands, write