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screenGot a spare LCD monitor laying around and want to create a monitor that you can only view if special glasses are worn?

How it works is pretty simple.  The monitor’s polarizing filter is removed, causing the screen to glow a bright white.  The filter is replaced by polarized lenses in a pair of glasses which enable the wearer to view the computer screen as normal, while hiding the content to anyone viewing the screen unaided.

It doesn’t appear to be a difficult project.  And while the result is pretty neat, I wouldn’t want to be tethered to a pair of glasses just to use my computer.  Also, I have no idea what other issues are created by removing the polarizing filter of the monitor, including possible health risks(?).

Follow along in the video, and post any comments you may have either in the comments below, or to me on Twitter @BeBizzy!

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Marv Dorner (@BeBizzy) is a tech and lifestyle blogger for Verizon Wireless (#VZWBUZZ) and the #FORDDRIVESAFE program, and owner/consultant for BeBizzy Consulting. Have a tech, online marketing or project management question? Give Marv a call @ 701.214.6271 or email Marv.
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