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How do CRT and LCD monitors work?

Posted on Tuesday, March 21 2006 @ 09:00:39 CET by


Ever wondered how that monitor on your desk actually produces a picture? We break down the technology for you, then go one step further - by literally breaking down a LCD monitor to show you what's inside.

"Each pixel is made up of three sub-pixels, which have red, green and blue filters in front of them, just as each pixel on a CRT has RGB phosphors. The subpixels are made up of a group of liquid crystal molecules. These molecules are suspended between transparent electrodes and are mashed between two polarising filters."

You can check it out over here at Bit Tech.


 



 

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