Nippon Electric Creates Nearly Invisible Glass With No Reflections

November 4th, 2011

Invisiglass.jpgWhen any new
technology gets announced the first question we ask ourselves is “how
could this be applied to photography?” Though when it comes to
the uses of nearly invisible glass, we don’t have to think too hard.

The so called
invisible glass is just what it sounds like. It’s glass that’s nearly
undetectable by the human eye. Instead of reflecting eight percent
of the light like normal glass does, this new glass reflects just a
half of a percent. Imagine that on an LCD screen, or an
anti-reflective coating for your lens. There are a lot of
possibilities there.

Nippon Electric
is the company behind this new creation. They haven’t
suggested what will be created from it, but likely candidates for any
new product are small consumer electronics like cell phones, tablets
and, of course, cameras.

(via Gizmodo and Tech-On!)

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