You would need an interface board for the LCD. You can probably find one out there but its going to be hard to track down and likely pretty expensive. Since its an AIO system with many relations to the G4 'books most of its video is onboard (ie non standard signals). There's an unlikely chance that it uses a standard signal, like the CRT iMacs, but I don't think there would be a standard connector. If it does use a standard signal it would take a lot of research that is probably over your head (if you're an EE major then I may stand corrected) to figure out what to connect to where.
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