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LCD (Liquid Crystal Display):

  • Basic Explanation: LCD is like a magic window that uses special liquids to show pictures and words. It’s used in screens for computers, TVs, and more.
  • Practical Example: Imagine an LCD screen as a collection of tiny colorful shutters that open and close to create images. When you watch a video or read an article, these shutters work together to show you what’s happening.
  • Advanced Explanation: LCD, or Liquid Crystal Display, is a type of screen technology that uses liquid crystals to manipulate light and create images. These crystals change their alignment when an electric current passes through them, controlling the amount of light that passes through different parts of the screen. This modulation of light produces the images and colors you see on LCD screens, which are commonly found in TVs, monitors, and digital devices.
  • See Also: LCD, Display Technology, OLED, Pixel, Backlight
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