Why it’s hard to fix glass computer monitors
Posted September 14, 2018 05:24:58 Many computer monitors can be broken, especially if you’re wearing glasses, and if you have a glass screen protector on the monitor, it can affect the image quality.
A new study published in the journal ACS Nano suggests that this can cause the screen to distort or fail.
The study also found that if you don’t use an effective screen protector, it will probably fail.
“If you don of course use a screen protector and it doesn’t stop the glass from bending, it’s not going to work,” lead author Matthew J. O’Connor, a computer science professor at the University of Pennsylvania, said in a press release.
Othman said the study is the first to examine how these kinds of problems can be corrected.
“What we’re showing is that you can modify the design of the screen protector so that it won’t cause damage,” he said.
Ondman’s team found that replacing the protective film on a computer monitor with glass fiber reinforced plastic could have a significant impact on the quality of the image, but it also needed to be done carefully.
The glass screen had a small hole in the middle that allowed a small piece of glass to be cut out of it.
That piece of plastic could then be inserted into the hole and sealed.
The researchers tested the new screen protector using different materials and sizes to determine if it worked.
They also tried a different method that involved inserting a thin layer of plastic into the same hole to try and create a small seal, but that didn’t change the fact that the screen still failed.
“It’s an incredibly complex system, it requires a very sophisticated understanding of how the glass is structured, and how it’s constructed, and it requires the exacting attention to detail of the material,” Ond