Simple Transparent Display System Could Be Applied As Thin Plastic Coating
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MIT researchers have developed a new approach to transparent displays that would offer many advantages over current technology. Many “heads-up” display systems use a mirror or beam-splitter to project an image directly into the user’s eyes, making it appear that the display is hovering in space. These systems have a limited angle of view because the eyes must be in the right position. With the new system, the image appears on the glass itself, and can be seen from a wide array of angles. Other transparent displays use electronics integrated into the glass - organic light-emitting diodes for the display, and transparent electronics to control them. These systems can be complex and expensive, and their transparency is limited. In MIT's new system, resonant nanoparticles are embedded in a transparent polymer. These particles can be tuned to scatter only certain wavelengths, colors, or light, while letting all the rest pass through.
kalyan | commented on January 28, 2014
SIMPLE TRANSPARENT DISPLAY SYSTEM COULD BE APPLIED AS THIN PLASTIC COATING is an excellent product and has a huge market potential. The designers have to come up quick marketable product so that to reap benefit. Automobile market is top most consumer to this and coming next is the building industry. If you have a product ready do let me know with a product catlogue and volume pricing, i will be glad to pick up right a way, thanks kalyan ( kalyan@tandongr­
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