antiglare

antiglare

(ˌæntɪˈɡlɛə)
adj
(Automotive Engineering) another word for antidazzle
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an•ti•glare

(ˌæn tiˈglɛər, ˌæn taɪ-)
adj.
designed to reduce or eliminate glare: antiglare headlights.
[1930–35]
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In this study 11% used antiglare screen while others were not using the same complaining more eye strain similar to the findings of study conducted by Cheng et al., who showed benefit from using blue filter.16
In the early stages, new glasses, antiglare glasses or magnifying lenses might be enough to address smaller, less disruptive cataracts.
In my case, the coating is combined with antiglare and UV coatings.
Nowadays, study confirmed that cataract surgery contributed to the progression of AMD.[2] This may be related to the fact that removal of cataract may result in access of sunlight into the fundus and elimination of antiglare barrier after lens removal.
Featuring a specially textured 13.3-inch, high-resolution, antiglare, 10-finger multi-touch display, Windows Ink and Wacom[R] digitizer pen, the Portege X30T delivers the company's most natural pen-on-paper writing experience to date.
The new control system on the CTL 272-18 is equipped with a seven-inch antiglare colour screen displaying operating and troubleshooting data to the operator.
Surface treatments on films, such as hard coating, antiglare, anti-fog, satin, and matte finish, are available from the suppliers.
Growing awareness of the benefits of antiglare properties on the surfaces of coatings is expected to further benefit the growth of the matting agents market over the next five years in the Asia-Pacific region.
Translucent glass partitions and antiglare finishes also help bounce light through the space without creating glare or hot spots, Jayson adds.
[196] reported self-cleaning and antiglare coating on glass plates using modified nanosilica particles with sol-gel technique.
In the past few decades, electrochromic (EC) materials and devices have attracted a lot of interest for the prospect of potential applications such as optical displays, optical switching devices, antiglare mirrors, and smart windows [1-5].