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LCD display under the microscope

LCD display under the microscope

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LCD displays are everywhere. All laptops have them, cameras, photo frames, mobile phones, TVs, etc. In this article you will see another face of the LCD display, a display magnified 24 times.

A pixel is made of 3 liquid crystal molecules: one red, one green and one blue. This way the image is made of many dots, made themselves from these 3 molecules.

Example: when a red dot is shown o the display, the pixel has the red color lit.

Below it’s a picture of the letter P from the

Here are some other images of the LCD display.

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