Low Sparkling Antiglare (AG) Film
For its anti-glare film, Daicel coats an anti-glare layer that forms concave-convex structures on the base film that diffuses incident light. It improves visibility by reducing the reflections of fluorescent lights, natural light, etc.
“Sparkling” is a phenomenon whereby displayed images appear to flicker because the non-flat structure of the AG film on the display panel acts like a “lens,” which resultantly separates the RGB pixels and makes brightness patchy.
Sparkling is more pronounced with higher resolution displays because the smaller pixels that enhance definition also augment the unevenness of the display surface.
Daicel has established measurement technology for quantifying the phenomenon and is using it to develop new functional films.
Performance of Daicel’s low sparkling film
Evaluation of sparkle from anti-glare film can be achieved.Click here.
Phase-separation of Daicel’s anti-glare film
Continuous surface structure by controlling phase-separation
・Because there is no droplet-like structure, the “lens effect” is virtually not manifested, so minimal sparkling occurs.
・Daicel’s anti-glare film balances low sparkling performance and anti-glare performance.
Daicel’s low-sparkling anti-glare film is being used as a protective sheet for smartphones and tablets, and as a surface film for high-resolution LCDs and OLEDs.
Daicel has films of various haze that will match your application.
We additionally have products with anti-fingerprint and anti-reflection capabilities.
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