‘Moth eye’ anti-reflection coating for displays

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For stealthy fight at night, moths have evolved eyes that are non-reflective, according to the Tokyo University of Science, which has used the animals periodic nanometric surface structure as inspiration for a coating for displays. Rather than looking polished, the eye coating causes most incident light to bend at the surface an transmit through the …

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