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anti-reflection coating 

A thin film of transparent material, usually a metallic fluoride (e.g. magnesium fluoride), deposited on the surface of a lens which increases transmission and reduces surface reflection. Abbreviated: AR coating. Syn. anti-reflection film. See coating; Fresnel's formula; ghost image; coated lens.
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The Scopz lenses are polycarbonate for impact resistance and have a high-tech anti-reflective coating they call "ET" which is quite remarkable.
Choose an anti-reflective coating that allows light to pass through the lens.
We acquire this glass, then apply our optical anti-reflective coating on it, less than one-millionth of an inch thick, to make Water White Denglas."
Duralan II A/R[TM] Anti-Reflective coating was developed for flat panel displays that are used in high ambient light environments.
The subject of the contract is delivery and installation of 1 (one) plating line with magnetron thin film deposition technology for the production of materials (especially glass) with anti-reflective coating, including delivery of all necessary documentation in Czech.
It is also used in the optics industry for an anti-reflective coating to improve efficiency of the lens.
Each lens has a [MgF.sub.2] anti-reflective coating, which offers maximum transmission from 400-700nm.
The Digital Inside Technology of EnergizeMe "supports the wearer's visual behaviour in the digital world, while the DuraVision BlueProtect anti-reflective coating protects the eyes from blue light emitted from smartphone and tablet screens, as well as energy-saving lightbulbs," says Zeiss.
Speaking highly of the device's display, DisplayMate wrote that iPhone 7's display technology "breaks many display performance records," citing its measured peak brightness as the highest of any smartphone tested by the firm, its "record-breaking contrast ratio" when compared with other smartphones with IPS LCD displays, exceptional viewing angles without visible color shifts and its commendable record low screen reflectance that's comparably close to the 9.7-inch iPad Pro's screen reflectance rating - the latter has anti-reflective coating. 
This goes well with the stable, double-domed sapphire glass with scratchproof anti-reflective coating. As a result, the UNO Titan is one of the lightest and highest quality quartz watches on the market.
The lens also has a Zeiss T* anti-reflective coating, which helps to reduce reflections and lens flare for rich, contrast and vibrant pictures.
It is designed to support applications in the most aggressive environments, suitable for temperatures ranging between -40 to 55 degrees Celsius (-40 to 131 degrees Fahrenheit) with an anti-reflective coating that eliminates glare from the sun.