What is the part number of the LCD and what kind of data are you wanting to display.
Is this an Oled part? Do you know what graphic controller it is using?
I appreciate your help. my main doubt is where you connect the display control pins.
This display is an LCD graphic 128x64 and has the following control pins:
DB0 data bus to DB7 that I know where to call.
the control pins:
R / W
Inteligo like that?
If you want to add a TFT display instead of a character display, Id recommend the FT800 or FT812. They have cheap development kits for about $75 and include the TFT display. It operates from SPI so you can drive it from just about any chip. They dont require a frame buffer or any other peripherals. Ive ran video from the FT812 thru a PSOC5 but mainly I use it for HMI. I make a lot of sensors and use this chip with a 5" display and the entire device sits on a PCB the size of a credit card including NOR and NAND Memory for the data logging.