This 18-year-old built a better computer monitor that doesn’t strain your eyes

The device looks like a conventional computer monitor but opens up like a clam. The screen itself is a common flat panel liquid crystal display or LCD, a nearly translucent screen that is typically lit from behind by powered lights. For Eazeye, the backing lights are replaced with a bright white carbon fiber panel that can tip backwards up to 45 degrees. The panel bounces ambient light from the monitor’s surroundings through the LCD screen, which, under the right lighting conditions, provides enough illumination for the screen to be used like normal.

I can see this working quite well in certain environments, like offices and well-lit rooms. It sure is a very interesting idea, and I like the design, too.


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