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-[* black] Observe, the mystifying effects of the polarizing film.
-[* icon_note] In order to produce a wide range of colors, each pixel consists of three subpixels: red, green, and blue.
- [* black] Varying voltages are used to adjust the intensity of each subpixel which, in combination with each other, can create many millions of colors.
-[* black] By removing the polarizing film we are removing the optical filter that creates the specific combination of colors needed to form images with an LCD.
+[* icon_note] In order to produce a wide range of colors, each pixel is broken down into three subpixels: red, green, and blue.
+ [* black] Separate voltages are used to adjust the intensity of each subpixel which, when combined, can create millions of different colors.
+ [* black] Well alright, you say, all this pixel and voltage hoo-hah is very cool, but where does the polarizing film come into play?
+ [* black] The polarizing film is what brings it all together. It acts as a filter that only lets the specific combinations of colors through that make all the pretty pictures on your phone.