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Frequency response of lcd

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December 27, 2012 2:41:33 PM

Hello,
I thought there would be a simple answer to this question, but no such luck. I just want to know how fast you can switch an LCD screen of any size from all black to all clear (with any type of electronic swith. I want to build a strobe unit that acts like a shutter to receives light instead of flashing a light. I want to know what the limiting frequency it could operate up to. This question does not fit any of the catagories listed. so I just picked a bogus one. Thanks.

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December 27, 2012 2:44:48 PM

120MHz
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January 3, 2013 4:52:59 AM

Seems high, but great if accurate. Any suggestions on getting more info (screen availability/sources, switching circuitry etc. would be appreciated. Thanks.
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January 3, 2013 4:55:37 AM

jemm said:
120MHz



Seems high, but great if accurate. Any suggestions on getting more info (screen availability/sources, switching circuitry etc. would be appreciated. Thanks.
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January 4, 2013 2:42:54 AM

I should have provided a better description of what I'm looking for to avoid confusion. I'm not looking for a monitor, but a clear LCD lens/window much like the ones used with 3-D TV/Theater glasses. These switch from clear to dark alternately to give the left/right perspective views that create the 3-D effect. Other than cannibalizing a pair of 3-D glasses for the lens and circuitry, I was hoping that the parts might be available from a supplier, along with hookup and maximum switching information. I want to vary the blink rate like an electronic shutter.
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