Thanks nanoparticles developed a new type of transparent display




Thanks nanoparticles developed a new type of transparent display

Transparent displays nowadays are not uncommon, however, American physicists from MIT have managed to create a unique in-kind transparent projection display. New screen passes rays of sunlight or artificial light and looks absolutely transparent to the human eye, but is used to display an image with laser beams of blue with a certain wavelength.

In today’s transparent OLED and LCD displays all the electronics needed to display the image, is integrated directly into the display, limiting it partially transparent and increasing the cost of production. For comparison, in the new system only display embedded nanoparticles that are set to light scattering in a certain range. When a particular wave is projected on the screen, it is scattered rather than pass through the rest of the display wavelength.

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To demonstrate that this technology can be implemented, the researchers applied to glass silver nanoparticles, which are freely available for commercial use. It is these particles freely pass all the beams, except for the blue . However, as reported by the scientists, the technology can be improved to display color images, using nanoparticles scatter red, blue and green waves, reports

New technology can be widely used for advertising purposes, for example for projecting images on storefronts or subway cars. Also, these screens can be applied when creating the windscreen in the car and then display the information on it.

Another advantage of these displays is that they are not integrated no electronics, which in turn should substantially reduce the cost of their production. Also, the creators claim that to use the new display is not necessary to completely replace the windows in shops and cars. Nanoparticles can be deposited on a transparent film, which will be pasted on the glass, as is done for toning.

It is also possible to apply such technology to create a transparent portable electronics .
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