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Looking for a graphical see-through style LCD

Discussion in 'Electronic Components' started by [email protected], May 15, 2007.

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  1. Guest

    Hi folks,

    I have been looking for a graphical see-through style LCD involved in
    my final year project of bachelor degree. I have been searching for a
    while yet haven't got any interesting info. although I did find some
    so called see-through LCD clocks which display Arabic numerals.

    Is there anyone knows where I can find a dot-matrix LCD which is as
    clear as glasses? Thanks.
  2. Guest

    How big? What resolution? How many colors? Just buy a panel and take
    off the backlight.
  3. Guest

    I need a small one around 2 to 4 inch. Resoution at least 320*240 and
    should be with RGB color.

    I did try the way you mentioned, but it just didn't work well. The
    light seems be cut off half lumination after it shining through the
    raw LCD.

    Have you ever seem the automatic darken Welding Mask? I think I am
    aftering that kind of LCD used, but I really don't know where I can
    buy that .
  4. Guest

    Texas Instruments makes an adapter so that their graphing calculators
    can have their output displayed on an overhead projector (They're
    called TI View Screens)... I assume you're trying to make something of
    the sort. Anyways - used to be that they manufactured an LCD exactly
    like what you're talking about in-house. I don't know if they sub it
    out now or not... but I know that you could probably call TI's
    calculator engineering department and ask for a schematic, which will
    list the part number for the LCD you're seeking.

    Hope this helps,

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