Schott North America Inc., a subsidiary of Germany’s Schott AG, is aiming to reduce the glaring scattered-light effect of light-emitting diode (LED) displays with its new floating display technology. Specifically, the new technology uses thin glass fibers (0.001 in. [0.025 mm]) infused in a special faceplate to make LED images appear as if they are floating above the actual glass cover. Simple plastic covers shield most current displays, such as instrument panels and navigations ...

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