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Nov152012

Antiglare vs. Antireflection

"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 antireflection and antiglare. Because these are often confused, communications between display users and display engineers are often less than optimum. In this monograph, we will attempt to provide some guidance in usage."

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