Cheng Mei Materials Technology (CMMT) has cooperated with 3M to develop Gibbon Film, an absorption- and reflection-type polarizer of ultra-large breadth with higher brightness by over 20% and less power consumption by up to 20%, according to the Taiwan-based maker.

CMMT will showcase Gibbon Film at 2022 Touch Taiwan during April 27-29.

Besides, CMMT will showcase modules of advanced optical film and polarizers for use in AR/VR devices, with such modules helpful in energy saving, clear display and prevention of ghost images.

CMMT will also exhibit smart surface technology and moth-eye effect technology for use in panels of automotive displays. Smart surface technology, by virtue of extreme black effect, enables complete fusion of in-car decor and display panels when display is not used and clear display of information when display is needed, it said. Moth-eye effect technology can reduce reflectance from screens of automotive displays from a general level of 1% to below 0.2% to enable clear display of information under strong light, CMMT added.

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Gibbon Film jintly developed by CMMT and 3M
Photo: CMMT

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