Display and imaging diffusers

Dec. 1, 1995
Engineered diffusers are wide-field, narrow-field, or anamorphic scattering elements for display and imaging applications. The custom-made diffusers can be made of SiO2, ZnS, or plastic (using a mass-production replication technique). Diffusers can be used to increase the field of view of liquid-crystal displays, back-illuminated display systems, and optical detectors. The diffusers can also be used for glare reduction or homogenizing output from radiation sources.

Display and imaging diffusers

Engineered diffusers are wide-field, narrow-field, or anamorphic scattering elements for display and imaging applications. The custom-made diffusers can be made of SiO2, ZnS, or plastic (using a mass-production replication technique). Diffusers can be used to increase the field of view of liquid-crystal displays, back-illuminated display systems, and optical detectors. The diffusers can also be used for glare reduction or homogenizing output from radiation sources.

Rochester Photonics Corp., Rochester, NY

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