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LCD Bending: Art From Cracked Screens

by Paul Strauss
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So I always thought that once you cracked an LCD screen, it was pretty much useless. Not so says this guy, who used a dead LCD screen to create interactive art.

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“LCD Bending” involves pressing ones fingers across a cracked LCD screen while it’s powered on, and the results are pretty wild. Watching the crystallized goo inside the display move around while electrified and illuminated creates some really cool fractal-like visuals. Check it out in the video below:

While I’d certainly rather not have my LCD screen crack, at least I now know the first think I’m gonna try if it ever happens to me.

[via Switched]




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  1. Amanda says:

    blackkberryplace.com fixes water damage and lcd cracked screens.

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