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racksjackson
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re: Sharp tackles reflected light with 'moth eye' LCD
racksjackson   3/21/2013 12:40:06 PM
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Any new progress in moth eye panel? Could you tell me ? Regards, http://www.mezzmer.com

Etmax
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re: Sharp tackles reflected light with 'moth eye' LCD
Etmax   10/18/2012 12:09:55 AM
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Hi Iniewski, I apologise, I should have been clearer. My comment was more to "why hasn't this been 5+ years ago instead of the silly gloss screens". I mean they are exact opposites, we've gone from matte to silly gloss to now really good matte :-)

krisi
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re: Sharp tackles reflected light with 'moth eye' LCD
krisi   10/9/2012 3:14:33 PM
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I agree on the glossy panel issue @Etmax but I think the purpose of the Sharp's technology is to reduce reflections

Etmax
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re: Sharp tackles reflected light with 'moth eye' LCD
Etmax   10/8/2012 1:44:54 AM
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For me personally, I have always been at a total loss to understand why anyone in their right mind would want a glossy LCD panel on a laptop or computer monitor. While watching movies in a totally darkened room there might be an argument for it, given that research dating back the late 70's suggests TV/movies should be watched in a room with "mood" lighting even that seems rather silly.

Sanjib.A
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re: Sharp tackles reflected light with 'moth eye' LCD
Sanjib.A   10/7/2012 1:38:20 PM
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Is there any information available how Philips's moth-eye nanostructure technology compares with the technology used by Sharp? What would be the additional cost to the customers to avail this feature? :-)

krisi
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re: Sharp tackles reflected light with 'moth eye' LCD
krisi   10/5/2012 3:28:20 PM
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I would love to hear more about "nanostructure of a moth’s eyes"

selinz
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re: Sharp tackles reflected light with 'moth eye' LCD
selinz   10/4/2012 5:08:24 PM
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It would be nice to have some info on how these differ from non-glare screens.

tb1
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re: Sharp tackles reflected light with 'moth eye' LCD
tb1   10/3/2012 7:46:23 PM
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dklafjs has been spamming all the eetimes articles.



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