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Archive for September, 2017

29
Sep

To know what anti reflective glass are, you must know the basic differences between reflective glass and non reflective glass. Anti reflective glass is non-glare in nature. They have been built with reflection control properties. When light is shot on a non reflection control glass from outside, the light reflected will be very less. Inspecting […]

27
Sep

Although the name ‘standard clear glass’ makes you think they are very clear, they are not. The reason for less clarity in standard clear glass is due to more iron content in them.   According to experts, glass should have minimum iron content to make it crystal clear. The low iron glass manufactured by Optical […]

25
Sep

Different types of glass are used these days depending on the setting they are employed in. The level of transparency required in these situations varies, and so does the nature of how light is filtered or split when it passes through the glass. Water white glass is one of the types, which is preferred for […]

20
Sep

A teleprompter rig needs be set up just right for maximum effect when a presenter is reading from it. All teleprompters use specially prepared beam splitter glass, but despite the common component, each different brand has its own optimal setting. The one common principle when setting up a TP is that the camera lens should […]

11
Sep

An LCD projector is a sophisticated type of video projection device. With this type of projectors, it is easy to display anything you want, say computer data, video, or image, on flat surfaces or screens.   How Does An LCD Projector Work?   LCD projectors use specially designed prism with anti reflective coating for the […]

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