I am not aware of any displays which natively accept video over USB.    If there were such a thing you'd (I think) have to develop your own software on the gumstix to implement whatever video-over-USB protocol it used.   It might be technically possible, but would almost certainly involve significant work.

There are 3rd-party USB->DVI converters, but they're bulky in off-the-shelf format, and I have no idea of their linux support.



Greg



From: pg <pg_96@me.com>
To: gumstix-users@lists.sourceforge.net
Sent: Wednesday, March 14, 2012 9:24 AM
Subject: Re: [Gumstix-users] Pinto-TH with OVERO IronSTORM COM - How do we get video from this thing?

Alright,

Since I am probably annoying EVERYONE on this mailing list, I am going to
ask one final question and be on my way.

Let's assume I had a display with a mini-USB connector. If I plug that
display into the Pinto-TH board, would the gumstix be capable of displaying
video out via USB?

Question, shorter version: Does the gumstix/Pinto-TH have the ability to
display video via USB?

Thank you all.

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