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Desc:This is genuinely pretty cool, tempted to actually try it!
Category:Science & Technology
Tags:monitor, Trick, polarising
Submitted:Mr. Purple Cat Esq.
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Comment count is 13
il fiore bel
Well, that's one way to hide the porn...
totally, and now that nobody knows i'm looking at porn, i can jack off outside!

Jet Bin Fever
just polarize your penis too!

Oooh polarization, science is hard!

How exactly is this a trick?
Mr. Purple Cat Esq.
Dude. Things that are perfectly well understood by you can still be amazing. Like rainbows! I agree with Einstein that a vivid imagination and sense of wonder are important.

Rainbows are way more awesome than this, which is just moving a filter from the front of the display to a pair of glasses. :P

Billy the Poet
My trick is called myopia, and I can't see shit without glasses anyway.
Future DRM for the Xbox Two.
That'll stop you from inviting your freeloading friends over to watch movies THEY DIDN'T PAY FOR.

The glasses will cost a year, will work on up to two XBwo Monitors (5 / 5 with one-time system purchase Discount), and require a constant internet connection so they can relay biometric data to advertisers, otherwise they start shooting acid into your face.

Oscar Wildcat
Not without paying for the rights to use the invention.


Those who live by the sword, etc etc.

Needs "Lens of Truth" tag.
Rodents of Unusual Size
Or a "They Live" tag.

Rodents of Unusual Size
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