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Bill explains how the LCD monitor works - must see video
posted March 17 2011 22:08.12 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Bill Hammack, the engineer guy, uploaded a new video. In this one, he breaks an LCD monitor apart, and explain how it works. He explains what the TFT is (Thin Film Transistor) and where it is used, how the crystals control and rotate the light, and also how the LED backlit works. This is an amazing must-see video.



[Link: engineerguyvideo]
Tags: physics   chemistry   lcd   led   monitor   computer peripheral hacks   theory/tutorial   how it works   
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