Dr. Drang has some more pictures, taken using a better microscope. Also, on a completely unrelated note, I agree with him that iPhoto on iOS isn’t necessarily a beginner’s program, but I don’t think pro users are happy about having to read a manual or watch an Apple Keynote, merely to figure out how to do the most basic things in the application.
It seems to me that it ought to be possible to build an LCD display with green phosphor behind the green subpixels, red phosphor behind the red subpixels and blue phosphor behind the blue subpixels, dispense with the filters, and backlight the thing with ultraviolet to make the phosphors glow. I don't know if anybody is already doing this, but I would expect it to save quite a bit of battery power.
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