Someone turned a $10 discarded monitor into a clear LCD screen – great for geeks, but definitely running Windows

It's an innovative but very geeky initiative, said Sumasa, a writer for a Japanese technology site. computer watchsuccessfully turned a discarded $10 monitor into a transparent LCD screen, and detailed his progress, including more than a few setbacks along the way.

Transparent displays have been around for a long time and are often seen at trade shows because of their sense of depth (Sumasa said he first saw them at COMPUTEX TAIPEI in 2012). However, while popular with B2B companies, applications for personal use are still in their infancy.

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