Scan your LCD to find stuck or dead pixels. Pick a color to activate pixels of a particular tone, like red, blue, or green or select black or white, and activate or deactivate all red, green, and blue pixels. Optionally, dismiss a test or jump to the next color in the Automatic mode.
You can download PiXel Check 1.3 for Mac from our application library for free. This free software for Mac OS X is an intellectual property of Michael Simmons. Our built-in antivirus scanned this Mac download and rated it as virus free. The software is categorized as System Tools. The latest installer occupies 473 KB on disk.
From the developer:
PiXel Check is an application that assists you in visually inspecting your LCD for bad or "dead" pixels.
The concept is simple - select a test color, and PiXel Check will put up a screen to allow you to check the specific pixels.
"Red" activates all red piXels, "Blue" activates all blue pixels, and "Green" activates all of the green piXels. The "Black" and "White" tests activate or deactivate all red, green, and blue pixels respectively.
You may want to check out more Mac applications, such as Pixel Twist, Pixel Tools or Pixel Assistant, which might be related to PiXel Check.