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Published on May 18, 2009
Final installment of how LCD projectors work. In this segment, we examine the display portion of the projector, from the 3 LCD display panels, the prizm, and how it combines the 3 images to form a single image, and affixing little "display tags" onto said displays to render an image. Due to rushing this project, you'll notice some errors, like forgetting that reflected images are backwards (mentioned in audio), and the image tags do not generate the color names in their colors (forgot to make black-on-white text where white-on-black text was, creating all-white color names). Nevertheless, all else works as it's suposed to, and does show off the way the projector works, so it's all still good. Mistakes don't wreck a production. Julia Child actually allowed total fails to make the final shows, unlike today's cooking shows, which edit out the mistakes. Shows how things work fine in the end. To err is human, and I embrace it. :)