What are the pixels of LCD?

A pixel is a unit that is generally invisible to the naked eye. How can we see the pixels of an LCD DISPLAY? If you magnify the image of an LCD display several times, you will find a lot of small square dot, which are actually called pixels.


A pixel is a unit

LCD pixel is a unit to be used to calculate digital impressions, as if the same photograph was taken, digital impressions also have a continuum of shades. If you multiply the impression a few times, you will find that these contiguous colors are actually composed of many small square dots around the color.

Pixel is an LCD light

The LCD splicing unit is a full color display, and red, green and blue are the primary colors in the colors. Because the LCD has a lot of colors to be realized, it needs to combine the red, green and blue lights to form pixels.

Pixels are divided into real pixels and virtual pixels

In addition, there are real pixel displays and virtual pixel displays. The two techniques are different. Virtual display use the technique of virtual pixels, namely LCD reuse technology, the same LCD light tube, available for four combinations of adjacent LCD light pipe (down, down, left, right). Generally speaking, the pixel is a unit, basically the current LCD display is 1920*1080 pixels, and some can be as high as 3840*2160. The higher the pixel, the clearer the picture.