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Archive for the ‘Museum Glass’ Category

24
Oct

UT Austin researchers have discovered a way to improve the efficiency of smart windows. The research paper from members of the Cockrell School of Engineering shows how a new material can selectively modulate visible light and NIR.   Smart windows are optical coatings, which transmit only either of light and sound. The study found that […]

23
Oct

Most people might not be familiar with hydrophobic glass because it is a technical term used by experts. However, everyone knows what self-cleaning glass is, which is a common name for hydrophobic glass. That said, there are two types of hydrophobic glass based on the method of hydrophobic coating used in them. The first type […]

22
Oct

A beam splitter is an optical component used to split an input beam of light into two parts. It is a common part of optical devices such as laser or illumination systems. Their use is also favored for fluorescence applications, optical interferometry, or life science or semiconductor instrumentation. The incoming light is split based on […]

20
Oct

Optical coatings are made up of thin film layers, which together create interference that enhances the transmission, or reflection optically manipulated light. How these coatings perform depends on the number of layers, and the thickness of each layer. What is also important is the resultant refractive index difference at the layer interfaces.   The optical […]

19
Oct

Glare-less glass is made through etching acid one or more surfaces of the glass. The process allows the benefit of providing uniform, evenly diffused surfaces. Non-glare glass finds uses in many hi-res applications, because it disperses reflected light, so that a viewer can focus more easily on the transmitted image. You can get non-glare glass […]

16
Oct

LCD screens or displays have a layer that protects them from adverse weather conditions. This optical layer is laminated to the LCD through a process called optical bonding.   The optical layer that is added to the LCD can either be a touch-screen or a cover glass. When this extra layer is laminated on the […]

15
Oct

People rarely do care about how the window glass of their car is coated. How you feel inside the car depends on the coating used on window glass greatly. Let us discuss about auto glass window coating seen these days, and how glass coatings affects the driving visibility, environment, as well as the aerodynamic property […]

13
Oct

Anti reflective glass is used in places where the transparency and clarity of the glass is of greater importance. An AR glass offers greater transparency. It is crystal clear. The transparency and clarity of these glasses would not diminish even with sizable variations in the light.   While conventional glass becomes unclear when the light […]

08
Oct

When talked about optical coating, anti reflective coating is one of the frequently mentioned methods we hear about, which is one of the most expensive types. While other optical coating methods are used for all different scenarios, the anti reflective (AR) coating is applied on the surfaces of optical elements like lenses. When optical elements […]

06
Oct

There are different types of glass used for a variety of purposes. Some of them are valued for their optical properties. Beam splitter glass is one such commonly used optical component in complex systems. Designed and prepared to the right specs, these can bend light to specific angles. As the name implies, beam splitter glass […]

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