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General Digital Optical Bonding Laboratories has published these technical articles:

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Two terms used to talk about the impact of ambient lighting on displays are reflection and glare. The reduction of these is done using surface treatments for the display which are termed... (View Full Article)
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As more and more flat panel displays (LCD, OLED, Plasma) find their way into outdoor applications, the need becomes far greater for them to not only be able to withstand severe temperature extremes... (View Full Article)
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Gloss is defined as the degree to which a surface exhibits specular reflectance. This means that it is a measure of the image forming ability of a surface. In the case of glass or plastic sheets used... (View Full Article)
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Many applications of displays involve installation in environments having a high humidity level. Of specific importance in this regard is the marine environment. In this application, an LCD, OLED or... (View Full Article)
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Optical Bonding is the affixing of two optical elements to one another, using a liquid adhesive. In this way, we differentiate bonding from lamination. By lamination, we are referring to the affixing... (View Full Article)
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Light emitting displays, including CRT, LED, OLED, LCD, Plasma and other technologies, all suffer from a visibility problem when used under conditions which include high ambient lighting levels.... (View Full Article)
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For those cases which do not require the ruggedization provided by bonded glass panels, General Digital™ Optical Bonding Laboratories™ recommends the use of GenGard™ film... (View Full Article)
(Computer Peripherals)
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The term reflection actually encompasses three entirely different types of optical phenomena. These three kinds of reflection are specular reflection (like a mirror), diffuse reflection (often called... (View Full Article)

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