Hi everyone, I have a heap of old LCD computer monitors and I have come up with a lot of projects I want to do with them, a lot involving the lease amount of components and power possible. I'm wondering if its possible to drive lcd pixels directly without any kind of driver board. what I'm getting at is driving individual pixels, but all together, to basically turn the entire display into a big RGB light. The pixels ultimately have to be controlled by a simple current going through them right? So where the LCD control boards ribbons exit to the panel itself there must be a way to apply a current there directly across a pixel and turn it on, what I want to do is link all of the red, green and blue cells together respectively and apply a current across each group to control the display as one single unit with a range of colors, similar to how an RGB LED might work but obviously on a larger scale, would this be at all possible or not? Thanks for any advice.