What is the difference between AR glass and AG glass?
AG glass principle: After the “roughening” treatment of the glass surface, the reflective surface of the glass (flat mirror surface) becomes a non-reflective matt surface (rough surface with unevenness).
Compared with ordinary glass, it has a lower reflectance, and the reflectance of light is reduced from 8% to less than 1%. The technology creates a clear and transparent visual effect, allowing viewers to experience better sensory vision.
The AR glass principle uses an internationally advanced magnetron sputtering coating technology to coat an ordinary tempered glass surface with an anti-reflection film, which effectively reduces the reflection of the glass itself and increases the transmittance of the glass. The color of the glass is more vivid and more realistic.
Different use environments
AG glass use environment:
1. In a strong light environment, if there is strong light or direct light in the environment of the product, for example, outdoors, it is recommended to use AG glass, because the AG processing makes the reflective surface of the glass into a matte diffuse surface, which can make the reflection effect blurred. In addition to preventing glare, it also reduces the degree of glare and reduces light and shadow.
2. Harsh environment, in some special environments, such as hospitals, food processing, exposure to the environment, chemical plants, military, navigation and other fields, the glass cover is required to have no surface shedding.
3. Contact touch environment, such as plasma TV, PTV rear projection TV, DLP TV video wall, touch screen, TV video wall, flat panel TV, rear projection TV, LCD industrial instrument, mobile phone and photo frame.
AR glass use environment:
High-definition display environment, such as the use of products requires high clarity, rich colors, clear levels, eye-catching; for example, watching TV wants to see HD 4K, the picture quality should be clear, the color should be rich in color dynamics, reduce color loss or chromatic aberration.. ....
Wherever possible, such as museum showcases, displays, telescopes in the field of optical instruments, digital cameras, medical equipment, machine vision including image processing, optical imaging, sensors, analog and digital video technology, computer technology, etc. Painting exhibition glass, watches, and so on.
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