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+ - Glowscreens: Hacking LCD monitors to use incandescent light->

Submitted by dougiegyro
dougiegyro (87799) writes "LCD monitors can be disassembled to use light sources other than your typical LEDs. This site provides examples of what can be done with disassembled and reassembled displays, including the creation of monitor cubes lit by either an old-fashioned light bulb and powered by a Raspberry Pi, or monitors that use candlelight or sunlight. A pretty fun and cool use for those unwanted older displays."
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