I made this sometime last year but was too lazy to do anything with it.
UPDATE 12/24/2013 These are more or less regularly available in my rc junk shoppe. When not in stock, I'm either out of parts, or waiting for parts, or too lazy to make more.
It allows connecting LG's LP097QX1-SPA1 (or Samsung equivalent LTL097QL01-W01) to any PC/Mac with Displayport.
I also prototyped a HDMI version (using HDMI>DP chipset) but it was huge (the chips involved are like 200+pins tqfp) and I don't really care about HDMI. Also HDMI would need v1.3 transmitter to do over 1080p and some cheap trash sources (LIKE EVERYONES FAVORITE HYPEBERRY PI) probably can't even do that. So sorry, no 2k screens on your $30 Lunix trash. It is USB bus powered (out of spec), drawing something like 800mA. This hasn't stopped anyone else from making stuff drawing ~1A from USB so I don't think this is an issue.
I got a bunch of unpopulated boards left over and firmware is half-assed - but with STM32F103CB on there, it can do pretty much whatever, including brightness control over USB, soft power on/off (panel logic/backlight power is separate switching regulators from MCU), or whatever. I have no interest in touchpanels or anything tablet related, so this is not something I would ever consider.
The board is made to be mounted with top-activated or side-activated pushbuttons (top-activated would be mounted behind the board) and is made so it ends up in upper right corner of the LCD panel, with both buttons and DP/USB connectors slightly behind the bezel. I was going to make a milled aluminum case and properly mount the board but got too lazy and didn't even get that far. So I just have the bezel and adapter sitting behind it.
It enumerates on PC as "Apple Color LCD" for EDID, and supports 2048x1536 @ 60Hz.
With my HDMI prototype, I was able to set up EDIDs so that it properly centered 1080p stuff with black borders, or stretched it to 2048xwhatever (with black borders on top/bottom). Also note, eDP in this panel does NOT support HDCP.
It did support HDCP when doing HDMI>DP conversion.
If people want these, drop me a note, if there's enough interest I'll assemble some.
Preference given to people who want these because of STM32 on the board and not the usual tarduino code copypasters.