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Development trend of anti-reflective glass application

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Update time : 2022-11-30 16:00:00

The progress of society has promoted the improvement of people's living standards, and the aesthetic requirements have also risen to a higher level. For the pursuit of visual feast, as a small glass, has never stopped the pace of exploration and innovation. Anti-reflective glass is such a kind of glass. Even if the glass is placed in front of you, no matter it is placed horizontally, vertically or tilted, the shadow of any object will not be reflected on the glass surface, and the object on the other side of the glass can be clearly presented in front of you through the glass. Under strong light, glass has very low reflectance and is not even perceptible.

Anti-reflective glass will be widely used in:

1. Machine vision.

Machine vision is a branch of artificial intelligence. In modern society, the degree of industrialization is getting higher and higher. In some positions of industrial production, the risk factor is too high or artificial vision is difficult to meet the industrial standards. Therefore, machine vision is needed to replace artificial vision. The use of machine vision can not only protect artificial safety, save costs, but also greatly improve the efficiency and automation of production. Anti-reflective glass is an important part of machine vision, equivalent to the human eye.

2. Museum application.

A large number of exhibition cases and display cases in the museum are covered with anti-reflective glass. Anti-reflective glass has the characteristics of low radiation, ultraviolet resistance and maintaining perspective, so it is the only choice for museum display cases.

3. Optical instruments.
Optical instruments cover a wide range of industries, such as telescopes, digital cameras, medical equipment and so on. Anti-reflective glass used in telescopes can enhance the clarity of the landscape seen by the naked eye; Antireflective glass is used in digital cameras to enhance the saturation of the image seen by digital cameras. Anti-reflective glass used in laboratory medical instruments can improve the clarity of instrument observation and improve the accuracy of experiment.

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