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October 08, 2012

Sharp equips LCD TVs with Moth-eye film

Sharp tackles screen reflection issues by equipping large LCD TVs with an anti-reflection film called Moth-Eye.

The Moth-Eye film consists of an uneven surface with regularly-arranged protrusions or tiny bumps that measures several hundred nanometers on its surface. As a result, light won’t bounce back off it and reflections don’t occur or are greatly reduced. However, the Moth-Eye’s strength can be an issue when applied to a large screen. To solve the problem, Sharp collaborated with Dai Nippon Printing Co. Ltd to make an adhesive that allows the Moth-Eye to be applied on large screens without any problem.

Although a Sharp TV with Moth-Eye is free from reflections, special maintenance should be carefully done. If you want to clean your TV’s display, Sharp suggests that you don’t use any cleaning products and use a damp towel instead.

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6 Responses to “Sharp equips LCD TVs with Moth-eye film”

  1. CarlBytes says:

    This is the best thing since LCD.

  2. Benchmark says:

    What will happen kaya if it was cleaned with a cleaning product?

  3. roiji
    Twitter: roiji
    says:

    at this point it time, i don’t think they’ll put Moth Eye on smartphones since phones are more prone to scratching that televisions.

  4. Mr A
    Twitter: solidad
    says:

    Does this mean that we can use our devices with this adhesive in direct sunlight?

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