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LCD monitors have polarizing filters that make great, large aperture polarized light sources for viewing the stress patterns in transparent plastic. All you need is an LCD monitor, a pair of polarized sunglasses or a polarizing filter for your camera, any transparent piece of plastic, and some way to generate a white screen.