I've been working on a little tool to help people figure out the differences in different sized TVs.
The response so far has been extremely positive.
It's a great tool for when your parents or some other non-technical person has basic questions about how big a TV really is.
Just enter whatever measurements you know about the televisions under consideration, and the site will give you a graphic presentation of the relative sizes.
Simple as that!
The project was inspired when a friend was considering a purchase from woot.com.
We ended up drawing it on a whiteboard, but there was trigonometry involved. I suspect that's why the question was directed my way.
As I mentioned in my previous post on this topic, there are some nice resources online, but I wanted something more visual.
Here's a short video demonstrating the basics:
Any suggestions for ways to improve the site are welcome.
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