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Thread: iVGA for IPAD

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    iVGA for IPAD

    would be great

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    I second this request....
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    I jailbroke my iPad and used the composite cables that apple sells. Using a jailbrea app called Display Out to get full screen composite out.

    I have tried patching it into the Tricaster Studio without success at this point.

    The Tricaster does not like the composite signal and I am unable at this point to get the screen to show up correctly on the tricaster. Yet i can plug that same cable into a television composite input and get a great picture..

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    sounds like you just need a scan converter
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    had already thought about the cable, but not the same thing.

    The beauty of IPAD is mobility. Connected wifi front of an audience with IVGA is a whole other thing!

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    Won't be long and there will be Win7 tablets. Running IVGA on that will be a no brainer then.
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    the Ipad doesn't have true multi tasking so iVGA wouldn't really work.
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    Note that even using the new "multi-tasking" capabilities in iOS4 you would not be able to implement an application like iVGA. Unfortunately all applications are "sand-boxed", which means that they cannot get access to anything on the system outside of themselves. This makes the use of iVGA on an iPhone, iPad or iPod impossible at the current time. Its a real shame ...

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    at this point would be a good thing to think about developing IVGA for Android.
    This system is multitasking and it is the real competitor to Apple.

    See this example of Samsung.
    http://www.geekissimo.com/2010/09/03...re/#more-69606

    What do you think?

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