Well no I got the screen from my old broken laptop, and I got the idea. What I want is a screen for the car and a wii, but I don't want to waste a lot of money, I founded some solutions, but it's far more cheaper to buy a new screen.
I would love to see someone play Wii Sports in their car, please make a video if you do. XD
Anyone, have you thought about getting the sound and everything? That isn't built in in a laptop screen so...
I have looking into old laptops for a while now but for the most part they all use custom protocols to communicate with the screen (not that complex to reverse engineer but nothing like normal standards and even if you did reverse engineer it you then have to adapt input signals and it all gets complex). Lighting is also an issue but for the most part it is simple for anyone with basic electronics knowledge and 10 minutes to figure out what does what.
On the other hand others have already mentioned such things in passing but last time I was in my local computer shop (I can not say me or mine have been computer shopping in Bulgaria of late but I have seen the same wherever any of us have been in the world) but a lot of old VGA monitors* that ultimately run on 12V aka standard car battery voltage (either internally: you just find the internal transformer and bypass it or externally: you might have to pin out the input sock). I do not see this so much in cars seen as custom stuff exists but head into the boat world and things change.
*for me at least they were willing to let them go for hardly anything as in my case they had no working power supply and ordering a new one would not have been profitable.