From my understanding, LED monitors turn each pixel on sequentially at such a high speed that the human eye can't observe it, but how does it make the necessary connections? For example, for a monitor made with a single color of LED across a standard HD resolution (say 1940 x 1080) there would have to be 3020 connections assuming its built in a grid. I'm assuming I'm missing something.

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hi, I am new to C programming. I want to program a running LED on my PIC24 (PIC24HJ256GP206) I have 5 LED on my PORT G and have input PORTB (RB0) My program should, if RB0 is grounded (I put jumper on my circuit) the LED will be running faster, else the LED will running slower. But, there is problem , the LED is not running. here my code : // PIC24HJ256GP206 Configuration Bit Settings // 'C' sourc#include <p24Hxxxx.h>e line config statements #include <p24Hxxxx.h> int FBS __attribute__((space(prog), address(0xF80000))) = 0xCF ; //_FBS( // BWRP_WRPROTECT_OFF & // Boot Segment Write Protect …

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Well I done it! Got bored after the holidays and bought a Raspberry Pi credit card sized computer ($35), the least expensive LED TV and a Logitech wireless Keyboard/Mouse combo. The way I ordered the kit it cost almost twice as much, but it came with a good 2.5A powersupply, a pinout strip, a solderless breadboard, parts to play with and a wireless dongle. Brings back memories of process automation in my past. My first Raspberry project was to get introduced to Linux again, actually a very good OS. It came with Python27, Python32, C, C++, Ruby and Java preinstalled. …

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I have a project due soon, and I am having trouble with it. Here is my code: ` #include "msp430.h" ; #define controlled include file NAME main ; module name PUBLIC main ; make the main label vissible ; outside this module ORG 0FFFEh DC16 init ; set reset vector to 'init' label RSEG CSTACK ; pre-declaration of segment RSEG CODE ; place program in 'CODE' segment init: MOV #SFE(CSTACK), SP ; set up stack main: NOP ; main program MOV.W #WDTPW+WDTHOLD,&WDTCTL ; Stop watchdog timer bis.b #00000001b, &P1DIR ; P1DIR 1.0 output direction bic.b #00001000b, &P1DIR ; P1DIR 1.3 …

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Hi Guys, This is the first time I have just started with Keil C . Yet, I have no idea about this concept. Please clarify it for me. Thank you all. #include <stdio.h> #include "NUC1xx.h" #include "Driver\DrvGPIO.h" #include "Driver\DrvSYS.h" #include "Seven_Segment.h" #define SEG_N0 0x82 #define SEG_N1 0xEE #define SEG_N2 0x07 #define SEG_N3 0x46 #define SEG_N4 0x6A #define SEG_N5 0x52 #define SEG_N6 0x12 #define SEG_N7 0xE6 #define SEG_N8 0x02 #define SEG_N9 0x62 #define SEG_N10 0x22 #define SEG_N11 0x1A #define SEG_N12 0x93 #define SEG_N13 0x0E #define SEG_N14 0x13 #define SEG_N15 0x33 unsigned char SEG_BUF[16]={SEG_N0, SEG_N1, SEG_N2, SEG_N3, SEG_N4, SEG_N5, SEG_N6, SEG_N7, SEG_N8, …

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hello guys, this is my first post.. i am using this lg 500g crt monitor. it runs smooth till last week. the computer starts as usual , num key blinks means windows is running normaly..monitor led green blinking very fast which is unusal. on off not working when i tried to off it. screen is showing nothing.. please guys help me out on this...

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Yesterday HP launched a handful of new consumer-class monitors dubbed the “x-Series”. So what’s the news here? Well the screens, ranging from 20 to 23 inches all share some amazing new specs. They are all about an inch thick and they all feature mercury-free light-emitting diode (LED) backlighting. LED backlighting is going to be featured in HP monitors moving forward (including the 25 and 27 inch models that will debut on December 19th). What is nice about LED backlighting is that it can achieve very high contrast ratios, great performance and do it all at nearly half the energy consumption …

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Ok I built my first computer and started up and ran and installed Windows 8 and everything worked fine the computer was up and working I was installing various programs I left the computer on while I went to sleep so I can finish installing programs I woke up and was not on I went to turn on the computer and it and would not turn on the green LED on the motherboard is still on any suggestions? if you need any more information please email me at justinmulkey1988@gmail.com

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Product Review HP 2711x LED Monitor

[ATTACH=RIGHT]19572[/ATTACH]Hewlett Packard recently launched a [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/news/story331553.html"]new line of x-Series LED backlit LCD monitors[/URL]. Sitting at the top of the size chart in that line is the HP 2711x, a gorgeous 27-inch monitor that enhances the look of any desktop system. HP packs several new features and technologies into this new display, starting with a cooler, more efficient backlight. By replacing the traditional cold cathode fluorescent lamp (CCFL) with a new LED (Light Emitting Diode), the backlighting consumes nearly half the energy while achieving higher contrast ratios, earning this monitor a 5.0 ENERGY STAR rating. As large as it is, the …

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[QUOTE]USB-3.0 External Drives, Log your benchmarks here: » « Corsair vs Patriot triple channel memory[/QUOTE] Author All Replies Frydays join:2005-10-21 USA •RoadRunner Cable how dangerous are those new bluetrack laser mice ? like the Microsoft Wireless Mouse 5000 MGC-00001 are those realy dangerous it has no on or off button the moment you put in a battery it turns on without warning immediatly shining the dangerous laser at you on the box it says you will be exposed to radiation how and why would they sell the mouse if your gonna be exposed to radiation ? if you have this …

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Hi all, Currently trying to write a piece of code for a project at university, with very little C Compiler experience I am struggling... Basically- we have 8 LED's, and 8 switches. We want 4 of the 8 LED's to light up at random when the program is run, that then have to be switched off in order using the corresponding switches. They must only be able to be done in order! E.g If LED's 0,2,4,7 light up, switch 0 must be turned off in order for LED 0 to go off, and LED 2 can only be switched off …

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I have read a few related threads and nothing hits my problem right on the head. My wife spilled a few drops of soda on her Dell laptop LED screen. Soon after, the screen went black, but you can faintly see images. When I plug into external monitor, it works fine, so it's not video. I have tried the "unplug battery and hold power button for 60 seconds" and that didn't work. I took out panel and there does not seem to be any liquid damage, but I'm not an expert. I can swap the panel or inverter, just don't …

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