What are the pixels of LCD?

Pixel is a kind of unit. Generally speaking, it is invisible to the naked eye. How can we see the pixels of LCD? That is, if the image of LCD is magnified several times, many small square dots will be found. These small square dots are actually the so-called pixels.

 

The LCD splicing unit of LCD is a full-color screen, and red, green and blue are the primary colors of colors. Because LCD has many colors to realize, it needs to combine the red, green and blue lights to form pixels.

 

The pixel of LCD is a unit used to calculate the digital impression. Just like the photo taken, the digital impression also has continuous tone. If you enlarge the impression several times, you will find that these continuous colors are actually composed of many small dots near the color.

 

In addition, the pixels of LCD include real pixel display and virtual pixel display. The two technologies are different. The virtual display adopts virtual pixel technology, that is, LCD multiplexing technology. The same LCD light-emitting tube can be combined 4 times with adjacent LCD light-emitting tubes (down, down, left, and right combinations). Generally speaking, the pixel is a unit. The pixels of the current LCD display are 1920 * 1080, and the pixels of the Department display can be as high as 3840 * 2160. The higher the pixel, and more clearer the picture will be.

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