Touchscreen glows in the light

General Dynamics Itronix has introduced a new touchscreen display technology designed to be viewable in all lighting conditions.

Touchscreen glows in the light

Development of the DynaVue technology focused on contrast ratio and polarisation in order to build a screen that remains visible even in direct sunlight.

It does this by employing a light filtering technology to boost contrast while eliminating the internal reflections. And because the display technology does not rely on adding light to improve visibility, the company claims that it can also save on battery power.

Designed for rugged notebooks and Tablet PCs, the display uses a single cold cathode fluorescent lamp (CCFL) to provide backlighting, eliminating susceptibility to heat damage from extra CCFLs. Additional CCFLs are typically added to laptop displays to increase brightness.

“The DynaVue touch screen technology’s unique focus on contrast ratio provides users with a superior display image and comfortable viewing experience indoors as well as in full sun, even when they are wearing sunglasses,” claims Ben Thacker, vice president of strategic marketing for General Dynamics Itronix.

DynaVue touchscreens make their debut in General Dynamics Itronix new ruggedised GoBook VR-2 notebook.

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