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[* black] Underneath the top layer of the LCD display, we find a series of films and sheets that manipulate light before sending it to the user's eye.
[* black] Underneath the top layer of the LCD display, we find a series of films and sheets that manipulate light before sending it to the user's eye.
[* icon_caution] Warning, the explanation we're about to give is painfully abridged. If you want an easy-to-understand take on how LCDs work, check out "Bill The Engineer Guy's" [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jiejNAUwcQ8|teardown of an LCD monitor].
[* black] Diffuser and prism films evenly spread the light to create an even backlight for the display panel. A stationary polarizing sheet then works in conjunction with the liquid crystals to block or allow light for each pixel, all 5+ million of them.