What is an LCD (Liquid crystal display)?

A liquid-crystal display electronically modulated optical device that utilizes the light-modulating features of liquid crystals joined with polarizers. Liquid crystals don’t transmit light straightforwardly, rather utilizing a reflector to generate images in color. Liquid crystal display innovation operates by obstructing light. At the same time, electrical currents cause the liquid crystal molecules to adjust to permit shifting degrees of light to go through to the subsequent substrate and make the colors and images.