I was trying to hack a 3-D system starting from the monitor: VG248QE. I teared it down to LCD matrix and driver. This is a 1080p(1920 x 1080) monitor so I was expecting that at least 1080(row) + 1920(columnn) = 2000 pins wired from the LCD driver to the LCD Matrix(I am not counting RGB's also!). However, I see 6 x 90 = 540 pins going to the LCD Matrix and I did not see any component(deMUX, MUX etc) on LCD matrix.
I looked up for the Driver chip online but found nothing(no datasheet!).
The question is, how does the driver drives so many pixels with so less pins? Am I not seeing MUX's embedded in LCD matrix? Or is there something else I am missing?
And just to share: VG248QE uses LCD overdrive method to achieve 1ms LCD rise/fall time and uses this chip for several levels of supply(+/-40V, 30V, 15V ...) for overdriving: