We’re already moving to a world dominated by amazing high-resolution displays, like the ones in the 3rd generation iPad, retina screened smartphones and 4K and QFHD televisions. To protect these displays and make them nice to touch, and look at, we cover them with glass. Unfortunately, glass comes with an annoying property, it reflects light, making it hard to see behind them under light.
Well, a group of researchers at MIT has managed to strip glass from glare, making it practically unrecognizable as glass to the eye. If that wasn’t enough, the new multifunction glass is self-cleaning and anti-fogging. The video below shows how water droplets simply bounce off form the glass surface.