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Real Monitors... Dreams..1

Alsalam alikom wa ra7mat Allah wa barakatoh,

This would be a series In Shaa Allah, whenever I think of something for research, I'll post here In Shaa Allah.

So, what about the Real Monitors,
I was dreaming yesterday while sleeping :D for a solution for the light problem in LCD...

What is the light problem anyway?
If you have a Laptop or LCD monitor, u will get what I mean, if you have a strong light in the room or a light directed to ur LCD Monitor, u will not c the monitor's contents well.
Why ?
Let's imagine this, if u have a box in Red and it's background is Yellow, how do u c them ? the LCD monitors have a light in them to let u c but if u directed a light towards the monitor the reflected light (that ur eye catches to c) is the reflection of the Plastic cover of the monitor not the reflection of the "colors" in the contents...

Hope you got the problem cuz I'm not a good "explain-er" anyway...

I thought of thing...
What if we have something that actually omits Ink on a very rough plane and can absorb the Ink in no time (nothing is in no time... but u know..)
What is hard about this, we need 1024*768 emitters and absorbers, and we need a materials that doesn't absorb any percentage of the Ink (I mean it, no percentage).

Actually when I wake up, I thought a little bit and mmm maybe Ink is not suitable cuz this operation will be Mechanical operation... so it'll not be fast enough.
What if there is something inside the material mmm let's say if we have some of the material's molecules painted with the RGB colors, then using some Electric, we can charge those things to move around the monitor...
mmm, Just an Idea anyway.

That's it...
C u next post...

Alsalam alikom wa ra7mat Allah wa barakatoh

Comments

  1. salamo alikom,
    Keep dreaming and u'll reach a gr8 idea isAllah.
    nice post :D.

    //eb2a eshra7ly ur idea tany m3lesh 3shan mafhemtesh :$

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