Repair stuck pixels on your LCD screen with this video. IT’S NOT MAGIC AND WON’T REPAIR DEAD PIXELS (BLACK ONES). IT WON’T WORK EVERY TIMES EITHER! WARNING: DO NOT WATCH IF YOU SUFFER FROM SEIZURES OR HAVE A FAMILY HISTORY OF EPILEPSY.
On the left is the image as it might appear on an un-corrected monitor. The centre image should look right on a monitor with a gamma of around 1.8, and lastly; The right-hand image is how a system with a linear response [gamma of 1.0] might display the image. just click here to read this article.
TN film (Twisted Nematic)
– low manufacturing/retail costs
– restrictive viewing angles
– fast pixel response times
– dead pixels display white. Stuck pixels display RGB colors
– lower contrast levels means blacks are not as dark as VA based panels
– lower color reproduction
The ideal, recommended and indispensable solution for pros is calibration. A sensor measures the differences in a series of color patches on the screen and these are then adjusted through the creation of new table (LUT for Look Up Table).
There are actually two tables (LUT): One is in the screen (hardware) and the other LUT is that of your graphic card, and this is the one that is changed in calibration.