I'm still learning how to use Arduino and electrical components, but I will try my best to understand any answers!
So I just bought an e-paper display off a website, not from the manufacturer itself (http://www.good-display.com/products_detail/productId=305.html). The product is a 1.54 inch E-paper display 200x200 partial update GDEP015OC1.
I was a bit puzzled by how to connect the display to the Arduino Uno. Turns out that to connect the display to a board, it needs a breakout board (is this the correct term?). I could buy it online from the manufacturer, however, it will take me at least a month and the shipping cost is too high.
I was wondering if it is possible for me to make my own breakout board? Is there any 'general' breakout board for an e-paper display, or does it have any special from the manufacturer? If it is possible, how difficult would it be for a beginner who has almost no knowledge on circuit building/electrical components?
The aim is just to display an image onto the e-ink display.
edit: I bought the mentioned display because of the size. I was afraid of not knowing how to connect the mention display (which is where I am now), so I bought this e-ink display also: https://www.smart-prototyping.com/E-ink-E-paper-Display-module-3.3V-2.04-inch-177x72.html I was thinking to take the 60mmx30mm display off the board and try connecting the 30mmx30mm display to the 'breakout board' if I am unable to build my own board. Both seemed to have the same pin number (need to confirm later).