I have been using for years now a certain gamepad with buttons mapped to Winamp, with the latter one being my go-to audio player. It allows me to control my playback whatever I am doing on my PC. Very useful indeed
But recently I bought a new pad, as the old one might die. And this one can be expanded with a holder for a phone like theese two here: https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/715M%2BY9-kmL.SL1500.jpg, https://www.picclickimg.com/d/l400/pict/233707872182_/Handy-Controller-Halterung-Smartphone-Gamepad-Joystick-Halter-für.jpg
And so I thought to myself: if I bought some kind of small / miniature screen, communicate it in a wireless way with Windows 10 and tell the controlling software to display tags from Winamp, I could turn off my big monitor- and still know what I am listening too. Alternatively I could use some other audio player; or sticking to Winamp I would have too select an area on the big screen [showing the Winamp window] to be copied to that small one [because this would also show me my tags]. And no: I cannot use a smartphone as the screen has to be an ordinary one and not a touchscreen; unless the controlling application could turn of the touch feature of the smartphone screen with some unfailing locking mechanism. [Never mind why I have a profound need to be sure to not accidentally do anything while touching the screen]
Can anyone point me in the right direction?