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diy pong clock parts?

I want to build a wall clock sort of like this:

not necessarily the PONG motif, but some other animated graphic (although I might copy pong to start)

I'm going to use an old LCD monitor, and put it in an old wooden picture frame.

Any suggestions as to what hardware (motherboard, graphics card) to use, that would fit in back of the frame?
Permalink duh. 
January 18th, 2006
MiniITX stuff would probably be the proverbial bees knees.

I dont know if they still make the 500mhz version, maybe you can find a used one?
Permalink Eric Debois 
January 18th, 2006
One of those tiny little gum-stick Linux machines may do the trick, although the name of them escapes me for the moment...
Permalink Mat Hall 
January 18th, 2006
gumstix was my first idea, but I don't believe there are any graphics card modules. anything smaller than a mini-itx, with integrated graphics card, at a reasonable price?
Permalink duh. 
January 18th, 2006
Oops, you found an error!