If it can be done with a desktop (mirror image screen) then why not a laptop or a hand held unit, my computer uses a NVIDIA Geforce T4200 in conjuntion with a planar systems DVI-D mirror image graphics card (in the clone mode) I use this mode as i read and write from right to left in the true mirror image ( a visual disorder called Strephosymbolia) the clinical name for my form of dyslexia as i see everything in the Horizontal mirror view. every book i read must be reformated to this view or i will get a headach
in the process. I have found a program software called Sakasa mouse that helps to correct the cursor problem because in standard view the cursor moves normal, but in the DVI-D mirror view the mouse cursor moves the opposite direction. by reconfiguring the cursor with Sakasa, the cursor goes in the correct direction.
ƚinu blɘʜ bnɒʜ ɒ ɿo qoƚqɒl ɒ ƚon yʜw nɘʜƚ )nɘɘɿɔƨ ɘǫɒmi ɿoɿɿim( qoƚʞƨɘb ɒ ʜƚiw ɘnob ɘd nɒɔ ƚi ʇI
ɘǫɒmi ɿoɿɿim ɘuɿƚ ɘʜƚ ni ƚʇɘl oƚ ƚʜǫiɿ moɿʇ ɘƚiɿw bnɒ bɒɘɿ i ƨɒ ɘbom ƨiʜƚ ɘƨu I