There's a way to make glass glare free and anti fog and clean itself now, as discovered by researchers. Created by depositing thin layers of material on the surface of the glass, and selectively etching the material away, the end result is a tiny cones on the glass taller than they are wide that allow the glass to prevent reflections and also repel water.
Developed by researchers at MIT, they hope the technology will eventually be used in things like smartphones, televisions, or even windows of cars and buildings. Good bye to screen protectors?
The researchers also hope to use the technology in solar panels, as they lose much of their efficiency as they start to become dirty. The glass would work better because of its self cleaning and wouldn't accumulate dust and dirt. The glass would also offer an advantage to anti glare properties, allowing more light to be transferred on the surface instead of it being reflected away,
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It's about a week more to go before the new iPhone 6 takes the stage. There's also a very good chance that it is going to be very different from all its previous versions. Could this be how it looks like? Read more
Say you're a standup comedian and you're speaking to a crowd. The only way to tell if your jokes were flat is by the crowd not reacting to it. But what if you went further than that. What if you made them angry but they're just not voicing it out? This Google Glass app will measure emotions. It is both creepy, and possibly useful in some situations. Read more