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[* black] In case you're wondering what a polarizer does...
[* icon_note] And now time to dropshine some knowledge, science-style!light on the inner workings of LCD's.
[* black] To put it simply, the backlight shoots light (duh) through a layer of liquid crystals that change itswhose orientation affects it as it passes through. Depending on how the light is oriented the polarizing film either allows it to pass through or blocks it.
[* black] In order to control the passageThe orientation of light through the displayliquid crystals is controlled by applying a voltage is applied to them. This voltage causes them to twist at different degrees, thus influencing the liquid crystalsangle at which changes the orientation of the light by changing the orientation of the liquid crystalspasses through.
[* icon_note] And now time to dropshine some knowledge, science-style!light on the inner workings of LCD's.
[* black] To put it simply, the backlight shoots light (duh) through a layer of liquid crystals that change itswhose orientation affects it as it passes through. Depending on how the light is oriented the polarizing film either allows it to pass through or blocks it.
[* black] In order to control the passageThe orientation of light through the displayliquid crystals is controlled by applying a voltage is applied to them. This voltage causes them to twist at different degrees, thus influencing the liquid crystalsangle at which changes the orientation of the light by changing the orientation of the liquid crystalspasses through.