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“moth-eye” film improves displays’ visual appearance

“moth-eye” film improves displays’ visual appearance

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By Julien Happich



The moth eye film surface treatment mimics the microsized lenses in the eye of a moth, it reduces internal reflections between the display and the PCAP touchscreen, improving visual appearance when in use and ensuring that the display looks completely black when turned off.

The moth-eye film’s nanostructures achieve very low levels of reflectivity over the entire visible spectrum, enabling the display to be read easily from wider angles. The film can be applied to other TFT modules up to 10.1”, with no tooling cost or minimum order quantity.

The 7” display module has a resolution of 800RGBx400 and a colour depth of 16M. It is a transmissive display, and includes a capacitive touch panel. Viewing Angles are 50° x 70° x 70° x 70° typical.

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