Glitch in Matrix. i have no idea how this works, but if someone could explain this sorcery for me that would be great... It works with the polarity of light, the polraized filter makes sure only light of one direction goes through. wikipedia that .
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Glitch in Matrix

i have no idea how this works, but if someone could explain this sorcery for me that would be great.

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User avatar #1 - goobyman (06/07/2014) [+] (16 replies)
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It works with the polarity of light, the polraized filter makes sure only light of one direction goes through. wikipedia that **** .
#27 - thesimonved ONLINE (06/07/2014) [+] (14 replies)
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Real ******* neato is this: Just take the polarized layer of your LCD, cut it in shape and swap it with the lenses of an old pair of sunglasses or 3D-glasses....secret monitor!

More Infos 'n' **** www.instructables.com/id/Privacy-monitor-made-from-an-old-LCD-Monitor/
#86 - admantris (06/08/2014) [-]
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**admantris rolled image**
User avatar #84 - rockamekishiko ONLINE (06/08/2014) [+] (6 replies)
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what i want to know is why monitors have a layer of polarized glass/plastic
#9 - drtrousersnake (06/07/2014) [+] (11 replies)
natural light "vibrates" in random directions. Only the light that "vibrates" in a certain direction is able to pass through a polarized lens.
#12 - helpmedudes ONLINE (06/07/2014) [+] (6 replies)
I just learned about this.  So I don't know if anyone answered yet, but it has to do with the fact that light travels in waves.  These transverse (waves that move up and down while moving across space- like ocean waves and radio waves) waves move horizontally and vertically.  50% polarized lenses will block either the horizontal or the vertical and let the other 50% of light in.  Even if you have two lenses and they are both parallel to each other, they will still let through 50% of the light.  When you shift one perpendicular to the other, you cause problems.  One is blocking 50% and the other is blocking the other 50%.  This is also the difference between legally tinted windows and illegally.  Also, you must sacrifice your firstborn to use it, and bathe in the blood of the innocent.  Hope I helped.
I just learned about this. So I don't know if anyone answered yet, but it has to do with the fact that light travels in waves. These transverse (waves that move up and down while moving across space- like ocean waves and radio waves) waves move horizontally and vertically. 50% polarized lenses will block either the horizontal or the vertical and let the other 50% of light in. Even if you have two lenses and they are both parallel to each other, they will still let through 50% of the light. When you shift one perpendicular to the other, you cause problems. One is blocking 50% and the other is blocking the other 50%. This is also the difference between legally tinted windows and illegally. Also, you must sacrifice your firstborn to use it, and bathe in the blood of the innocent. Hope I helped.
#11 - lolfacejimmy (06/07/2014) [+] (1 reply)
How do 3D glasses work - Sixty Symbols
#55 - zomaru (06/08/2014) [+] (1 reply)
Everyone saying basically the same thing, but they keep arguing with each other, I'm confused.
User avatar #48 - cinematicbrix (06/08/2014) [+] (2 replies)
It's called polarization, but I guess you haven't gotten to learn about that in 8th grade yet.
User avatar #58 to #48 - brutallyhonest ONLINE (06/08/2014) [-]
Hey, you know that really specific thing about that really specific topic in a specific subject that is rarely taught specifically? If you don't know that, you're an idiot!!!!!!
#7 - szatan (06/07/2014) [-]
******* witchcraft!
User avatar #25 - adzodeux (06/07/2014) [+] (2 replies)
AS Physics, yay
#35 - applecooler ONLINE (06/07/2014) [+] (1 reply)
not specific enough, got my dick caught in a LCD monitor
User avatar #78 - DmOnZ ONLINE (06/08/2014) [+] (2 replies)
This thing happened to me except in revers in one of the most terrifying situations in my entire life.
>be me
>17 years old
>horny teenage brain comes up with scheme to get my pilot's license one summer and woo all the foxy ladies
>shuffle some money around, get a couple of part time jobs and I'm up flying
>few months go by, done my solo flights, ready to do my test ahead of schedule but need more solo hours
>instructor says we can knock em all done with one big cross country solo flight
>Decided the occasion needed some expensive new sunglasses
>"time to Tom Cruise this bitch right into the Danger Zone"
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#81 to #79 - DmOnZ ONLINE (06/08/2014) [-]
>Really starting to panic, but I don't want to call it in for fear of the wrath of the ATC operator   
>Grab my phone and call my instructor   
>"Did you check the master?"   
>Yep   
>"Did you check the fuses?"   
>Yep   
>"Did you check the ammeter?"   
>It's down too   
>"Dude, you're 						******					 six ways from sunday."   
>Instructor tells me to contact closest aerodrome and get priority clearance since I was still flying and the plane was still flying as it should   
>Yadda yadda, fly to the airport, they give me clear skies as well as paramedics and firefighters on sight incase anything goes wrong   
>Touch down, taxi off the runway and just before I shutdown the plane take my sunglasses off   
>MFW all the gauges work   
>MFW I put the sunglasses back on and they disappear   
>MFW I notice the tiny word "polarized" etched on the top of both lenses   
>MFW I pretty much called in an emergency landing because my polarized lenses stopped me from seeing the readings on the screens of the electronic gauges
>Really starting to panic, but I don't want to call it in for fear of the wrath of the ATC operator
>Grab my phone and call my instructor
>"Did you check the master?"
>Yep
>"Did you check the fuses?"
>Yep
>"Did you check the ammeter?"
>It's down too
>"Dude, you're ****** six ways from sunday."
>Instructor tells me to contact closest aerodrome and get priority clearance since I was still flying and the plane was still flying as it should
>Yadda yadda, fly to the airport, they give me clear skies as well as paramedics and firefighters on sight incase anything goes wrong
>Touch down, taxi off the runway and just before I shutdown the plane take my sunglasses off
>MFW all the gauges work
>MFW I put the sunglasses back on and they disappear
>MFW I notice the tiny word "polarized" etched on the top of both lenses
>MFW I pretty much called in an emergency landing because my polarized lenses stopped me from seeing the readings on the screens of the electronic gauges
User avatar #67 - redstonealchemist (06/08/2014) [+] (1 reply)
scienceexplain pls
User avatar #73 to #67 - guidedhand (06/08/2014) [-]
LCD monitors emit light in a certain plane of polarization (imagine normal light being round and polarized light being skinny/1D). Due to this, the 3D glasses, which only let through light of a certain polarization (only skinny light that is at a certain angle, this is achieved by long polymers drawn out, which act as a 'skinny filter'), the glasses block all the light but the light at this polarization. Ie, If youre vertical, and the polarizer is vertical, you get through, but if youre horizontal, you get blocked. So it the polarizer is 90 degrees to the lcd, all the light is blocked (goes black). The last 2 photos however, i think are faked, and are just there to screw with people.
User avatar #63 - exclamation (06/08/2014) [-]
The power of polarization lenses is magnificent.
#24 - mooproxy (06/07/2014) [-]
The really awesome thing you can do if you have 3 lenses is put 2 so that the gratings are perpendicular (unsurprisingly, no light comes through) then put the third at a 45 degree angle between them, and light can travel through where the third is.
And that is one of the many reasons why the quantum nature of light is awesome.
#80 - budokai (06/08/2014) [-]
On old PC screens, if you take the plastic layer off the front of the screen yu cant see anything, it goes all white. Put on some 3D glasses from the cinema VOILA! Screen that only you can see
User avatar #69 - ctrlwftw (06/08/2014) [-]
yeah I'll just go do that
User avatar #8 - RIPphyscovideos (06/07/2014) [-]
It's called polarized light. Long story short, one eye of your glasses has hundreds of tiny slits horizontally and another eye has hundreds of tiny slits vertically. When you watch a 3-D film, half of the image is vertical-polarized light and the other is horizontal-polarized light. You're brain puts two and two together and lets you see the image in 3-D.

If you put a horizontally polarized filter in front of your computer light like that, it won't allow any light to travel through. If you place a vertically polarized filter in front of the horizontally polarized filter, it'll sort of 'cancel' out.

Or you can wikipedia it like goobyman said
#5 - Womens Study Major (06/07/2014) [-]
sixty symbols - lots of awesome physics videos: www.youtube.com/watch?v=quoySiCVFfw
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