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Privacy monitor hacked from an old LCD Monitor
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Which type of polarzied glass used for sunglasses.How can i buy glass .online many types of polarized glass are available
Which type of polarzied glass used for sunglasses
How can i buy online many types of polarized glasd is available
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Thank you for the reminder. Do you know how to tell the difference when looking at a monitor? There is a university surplus store that I hope to get a monitor from, but they don't label the monitors for sale
It worked. Sharing only the newbie headaches I learned.1. LCD or LED. My LCD Monitor, like many, has an LCD screen, but is backlit (the white light behind the LCD screen) was LED. If you remove the LCD screen and reassemble monitor, you simply have a monitor shaped night lite.2. This does not take brains. It takes time and patience. I spent 2-3 hours removing the filter from the LCD screen. Start the cutting with and exacto knife and once you have the edge lifting up from the LCD screen, use a blunt, flat-head screwdriver to slowly separate the filter from the glue holding it to the LCD screen. I can not stress this enough. Go slow and make small strokes to separate the filter from the glue on the screen. 3. Acetone worked nicely to remove the glue from the monitor. It warped my filter I took hours prying off. Only suggestion, re-read the author's instruction and follow it to a tee.4. If you have separated the filter from the screen and are testing the visual aspect of seeing thru the filter, if you only have a clear picture when you are next to the monitor, I found I needed to separate the filter again. Turns out I scraped both sheets off the LCD monitor initially, resulting in only seeing the visual when really up close. Removing or separating the filter from the other layer did the trick. It, too, takes time.5. Don't rush. I did and burned thru multiple monitors taking shortcuts or hurrying thru the filter removal. Ripping the filter when trying to peel it off the LCD screen was the biggest offender.
hahahah so true!
Industrial Fly Trap
spend 1 minute googling the things I said and the things she said. you'll easily find sources that back up some of the claims, and you won't find sources for other claims. Take a guess which category the source I was asking for falls under…
I really don't know who is correct, but respectfully I was left with LOL when you demanded the party you challenged to supply supporting references, when you supplied none in your original challenge comment.. I suppose one shouldn't expect reliable informative comments in many internet comment sections
Nope, still wrong, sorry. TFT is a type of LCD screen. LED typically means LED backlit LCD (but is a terrible name). Both of which will work with this. I have _never_ seen LED screen refer to anything other than LED backlit LCD (well, for monitors at least).OLED (the O is capital) will not work, and is the only display type you listed that every pixel is actually an LED itself.if you want to provide a source saying otherwise, I might believe you, but right now, you're wrong.
I find that the 3D glasses I got already filter the light, I can see the screen... If I tilt my head sideways. :PBut I have a problem. all these images show clear images, or minimal blur. The screen is really blurry for me unless the polarizing filter is right up against the screen.Can anyone help me on this?
That is a great idea, although i don't believe it can be done. You could maybe put a standing image, but then that would conflict with the image on the screen
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