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Finally you can do something with that old LCD monitor you have in the garage. You can turn it into a privacy monitor! It looks all white to ...
Find an old monitor that you are willing to sacrifice. Take off the plastic frame by unscrewing all screws from the back.
Most LCD monitors have two films on the glass - a polarized one to filter out the light you are not supposed to see, and a frosted anti-glare ...
After you remove the film, the glue will likely remain stuck to the glass, so here comes the messy part. With some solvent, soften the glue and wipe ...
After cleaning the adhesive, assemble everything back the way it was. Before even making the glasses, you can test the monitor with the polarized film! Notice how the ...
For the glasses, I used single use 3D glasses from the movie theater, but you can use whatever you want. Pop out the lenses or take the glasses ...
If you are going to use a cnc blade or laser cutter, scan and trace the parts. You can find a local vinyl or laser cutting service, or you could send them ...
Finally assemble the glasses and you are ready for some fun! People might think you are crazy, staring at a blank white screen wearing sunglasses! But I guess ...
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