If you have a car that was built since 2015 then you probably have an electronic display that allows you to pick your radio station, control your comfort, set your destination and answer your phone. Some functions can be voice controlled, but most often you have to look away from the road to fiddle with the touch screen. And the glare on the screen makes visibility even harder. This is a recipe for an accident.
Today’s car windshields are much bigger than in the past which means more sunlight is coming in during the daytime. This results in more glare reflecting back from the dashboard which makes it hard to see the road or your radio and GPS display.
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Almost all cars sold today come with an entertainment system or GPS system. The screen of this device is a Liquid Crystal Display which can crack or even disintegrate during a crash. The shards of the display can fly everywhere and even injure you or your passengers. The larger the display, the greater the risk.
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If you have problems with glare while driving, the best solution is to wear polarized sunglasses. The lenses are treated with a film that behaves as an absorptive polarizer, which prevents the transmission of light that’s not in sync with other light waves. While the process behind polarization is esoteric, the end result is a reduction of glare.
Touch screens offer a simple, streamlined interface that lets you control your device with a simple tap or swipe. The vast majority of digital devices on the market today have at least some touchscreen functionality, thanks to how convenient and intuitive the technology is for most users.
Summer’s a popular time for long car trips. There’s nothing quite so exciting as climbing in the car with friends or family — or all alone — and going on an adventure.
Everyone knows that glare from the sun or other light sources makes driving more dangerous. Glare can temporarily blind drivers, causing them to miss important visual cues on the road. In serious cases, the instinct to cover the eyes or avoid the source of the bright light may cause a car to lose control.
The Mobile Office
Nowhere is a tablet or laptop exposed to more constant use and abuse than in a mobile office. And there is not a more demanding mobile office than a police car. When on the road, police cars have to deal with driving down streets and highways, with the sun coming into the cab at every which angle. To alleviate these challenges, the rugged NuShield anti-reflective screen protectors have been integrated with police mobile systems. Continue reading Anti-reflective Rugged Protectors on Police Laptops
Increasingly, larger farms are relying on technology to help maximize the crop yield in the field. Whether its a tractor, combine or other large farm equipment you will find GPS devices such as the John Deere 2600, the Edge from AgLeader and the AgGPS Field Manager from Trimble. These are used for farm planning, crop scouting, tractor navigation and yield-mapping.
By evaluating your sowing density and by properly estimating your fertilizer needs, you can maximize your crop yields while simultaneously keeping fertilization costs down. You really can’t effectively assess local soil and climate conditions without global positioning capabilities. However, you won’t be able to effectively perform your job if you are not able to read your display. When the sun is close to the horizon at sunrise or sunset, you find that glare interferes with your ability to see the display. Continue reading Tractor GPS with DayVue Anti-Reflective Screen Protectors Makes Farming Easier