DVI Sock for Raspberry Pi Pico

Description

Unlike other Raspberry Pi boards, the Raspberry Pi Pico does not have a built-in video output.

However, thanks to programmable IO (PIO) and this Pico DVI Sock, it is possible to add a DVI video output to the Raspberry Pi Pico!

The Pico DVI Sock was developed by Luke Wren, a Raspberry Pi engineer, in his spare time. He has published the design online under a CC0 license, so everybody can build the hardware from his provided files.

The physical video interface of the Pico DVI Sock is an HDMI connector, but it outputs a DVI signal. Historically, HDMI is a successor to DVI – so DVI signals can be simply transmitted using HDMI. Simple passive adapters allow you to connect HDMI cables to a DVI port.

The DVI Sock can be soldered to one end of the Raspberry Pi Pico. Thanks to the castellated edges of the Pico, soldering is very easy. Let your creativity run wild with an additional digital video output on the Pico.

Here are some suggestions / possible project ideas:

  • Mini game console based on the Raspberry Pi Pico
  • Output of measurement values on a monitor
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    SKU: 19925
    EAN: 0608603905328

    Description

    Unlike other Raspberry Pi boards, the Raspberry Pi Pico does not have a built-in video output.

    However, thanks to programmable IO (PIO) and this Pico DVI Sock, it is possible to add a DVI video output to the Raspberry Pi Pico!

    The Pico DVI Sock was developed by Luke Wren, a Raspberry Pi engineer, in his spare time. He has published the design online under a CC0 license, so everybody can build the hardware from his provided files.

    The physical video interface of the Pico DVI Sock is an HDMI connector, but it outputs a DVI signal. Historically, HDMI is a successor to DVI – so DVI signals can be simply transmitted using HDMI. Simple passive adapters allow you to connect HDMI cables to a DVI port.

    The DVI Sock can be soldered to one end of the Raspberry Pi Pico. Thanks to the castellated edges of the Pico, soldering is very easy. Let your creativity run wild with an additional digital video output on the Pico.

    Here are some suggestions / possible project ideas:

    • Mini game console based on the Raspberry Pi Pico
    • Output of measurement values on a monitor

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