Berkeley CSUA MOTD:Entry 27033
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2003/1/8-9 [Science] UID:27033 Activity:low
1/8     I was in a medical office recently, and saw that they had screens
        that could only be viewed straight-on, and looked totally blurry
        from all other angles.  What is the name of this technology?
        I want to know how it works, but don't even know what to search
        under.
        \_ I don't know what it's called, but you've been able to buy
           privacy screens that tack onto monitors for a long time now.  -John
        \_ It's called cheap old LCD's
           \_ I was gunna say that.
        \_ If it's a screen filter in front of a regular CRT monitor, it just
           has some microscopic honeycomb grids.  It works the same way as the
           metal grids instaled on the center dividers of some freeways.  I
           metal grids installed on the center dividers of some freeways.  I
           don't know what the technology is called either.
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