Anti-glare and anti-reflective films reduce energy usage

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Autoflex mimics the nanostructures found on eyes of nocturnal moths to develop anti-reflective and anti-glare films. These are used in displays for items like computers, cell phones, and PDAs.

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“Anti-reflection films improve transmission and contrast because they limit saturation of the display by ambient light. By improving display brightness AR films can help to reduce power requirements and thereby extend battery life. Minimal reflection ensures that viewers can read their screens more easily, even in bright conditions.”

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