January 26, 2014
MIT could have a lot to say in this field with the presentation in society of a new screen prototype thanks to the use of nanoparticles that would solve both handling and viewing angle problems at a stroke. The device in question is capable of generating full-color images on a glass surface simply by properly adjusting a coating of silver nanoparticles so that only certain wavelengths pass.
What is striking about this technique is that, in addition, it is relatively cheap and quite compact, since it only requires this special coating and a standard projection technology; not to mention that it does not use dividers or mirrors, so it can be seen from any angle. It goes without saying that the project still takes many hours of work to become a real and usable option, but if we can benefit from it in a future of lighter and more affordable smart glasses, welcome.
via MIT develops a new transparent screen that could lead to better smart glasses.
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