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Clear Display from Any Angle

Posted February 22, 2014 12:01 PM by Engineering360 eNewsletter

While there are many transparent displays in the works and even some currently working, researchers at MIT believe they have found a way to make them less expensive to produce, and with a wider viewing angle. By using silver nanoparticles embedded in a polymer, they are able to produce transparent images that are projected from within the glass itself, as seen in this video. They are able to produce red, green, and blue: enough colors to generate the full spectrum visible to the human eye.


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