Optical Bonding - Enhance your application

Optical bonding is the process of laminating a touchscreen or cover lens to a display with an optically clear layer. The particular materials and processes used vary from application to application, but all fulfil the same fundamental function – filling the air gap between the touchscreen or cover lens and the display. This reduces the number of internal surfaces off which light is reflected, thus reducing internal reflected light loss and increasing contrast ratio.

Already a widespread technique in industries such as automotive and medical, optical bonding has the potential to dramatically increase both the performance and durability of displays.

In this article, Luo Luo, Global Product Manager – TFT of Densitron, explores what optical bonding is, what its benefits are and how these can be of use in a broadcast environment.

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