How CRT and LCD monitors work
Interesting article on how a monitor actually works.
"At the neck of the funnel-shaped monitor is an anode, which is magnetised according to instructions from the display controller. As electrons pass the anode, they are shunted or pulled in one direction or the other depending on how magnetic the anode is at that time. This moves the electrons towards the correct part of the screen." bit-tech.net | How CRT and LCD monitors work
(Submitted by Noel Tue Mar 21, 2006 )
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