Japanese imaging company Fujifilm has entered a new realm of home technology (if you may) with its recently developed material dubbed Wavista. The new type of material attaches to a glass window and can instantly turn it into a projection screen. The organically made Wavista reflects light with certain pre-determined wavelengths and lets other wavelengths pass through. Wavista reflect light waves responsible for Blue, Green and Red colors. When applied on glass, the material turns it into a projection screen in seconds.
Fujifilm displayed the Wavista at recently concluded Nano Tech exhibition in Tokyo, Japan. Besides being used for in-home entertainment, the new material is expected to be put to various applications. Fujifilm believes Wavista can be used in automobile industry for Augmented Reality-based applications. It can be attached to a vehicle’s windscreen for instance to create a heads-up display for ease of information. Wavista is made of organic materials, and it does not contain metal, which increases radio wave transmittance to 85%.
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