After you installed driver, you can Run VirtualMonitor. open a command line, change to out/win.x86/release/bin/ directory, enter virtualmonitor.exe. it will create a monitor 800x600x32 by default. currently only support 32bit true color mode. but you can change to any resolution if you want. e.g. with argument -x 200 -y 100, then the resolution is: 200x100x32. the following argument are avalible.
-x x resolution -y y resolution -a4 listen on specified ipv4 address -p4 listen on specified ipv4 port -a6 listen on specified ipv6 address -p6 listen on specified ipv6 port
Once you run it successful, you will get following output.
\\.\DISPLAY2 Probe XPDM Display Driver Successful Update Registry on device mode: Change Successful Raw dynamic mode change on device mode: Change Successful 24/07/2013 14:50:48 Autoprobing TCP port 24/07/2013 14:50:48 Autoprobing selected TCP port 5900 24/07/2013 14:50:48 Autoprobing TCP6 port 24/07/2013 14:50:48 Autoprobing selected TCP6 port 5900 24/07/2013 14:50:48 Listening for HTTP connections on TCP port 5800 24/07/2013 14:50:48 URL http://ComputerName:5800 24/07/2013 14:50:48 Listening for HTTP connections on TCP6 port 5800 24/07/2013 14:50:48 URL http://ComputerName:5800 Create VNC Display Successful 1 Display Intf Object
Then you can open web browser with HTML support on your device. connect to: http://ip:5800, then you will see a page: