Glare on your smartphones can prove to be really annoying, especially if you find yourself in outdoors situations often. One of the ways to combat glare would be to use anti-glare screen protectors (i.e. matte ones) which helps, but at the same time does not give the same kind of vibrancy that one will get from a glossy screen protector. However those days of having to decide between matte and glossy could soon be over, thanks to Sony who are currently developing a special type of film that was inspired by how a moth’s eyes work.
This is achieved via pattern of microscopic concave and convex structures that will help to evenly bounce light away from the user, ultimately reducing the amount of glare they are experiencing. This is also an improvement over current anti-glare coatings which are currently in use by some manufacturers. No word on when Sony will be introducing this feature to their future smartphones/tablets in the future, but it certainly is a feature we wouldn’t mind having on our mobile devices.
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