i mean , if the arduino does provide a shield for a stable TV output i would get it , but what's the alternative ? i cant use standalone systems like the RaspberryPI it's like using a gun to kill a bug
i want HDMI and an AVR . i dont think i would find a AVR that i can manipulate and that can drive an HDMI signal . so what do i need for this ? any chips or something ?
i can use an external ram or overclock an avr .
For example, 1920x1080, one frame of video in true color is more than 2 orders of magnitude more data than the entire flash memory of an arduino uno.... That should tell you that the two just run at a totally different scale of complexity..
Is there an arduino that can do this ? Not yet. Is one coming ? Definitely.
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