FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions
Screen protectors are available in different forms and qualities - as display foils, as flexible glass or as glass foils (hard glass or bulletproof glass). In order to answer the most important questions about screen protectors in a condensed form, we have summarized them as FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions. If you have any further questions, you easily can contact us.
Display protection guideFrequently asked questions and their answers
Wie sieht es mit der Farbbrillanz bei den antireflektierenden Schutzfolien aus, da diese ja etwas milchig aussehen?
Ein kurzer Ausflug zum Thema Farbe, Farbton und Farbempfinden
The human perception of color is characterized by 1. hue, 2. brightness and 3. color saturation. These three parameters describe the basic individual color perceptions of human beings. The brilliance of a color is thus a subjectively perceived phenomenon and describes the apparent intensity of color perception ("how saturated do colors appear"). Since color brilliance is perceived rather subjectively, the anti-glare AGS display protection foils were subjected to an objective measurement, the measurement of transmission ("how much light is absorbed by the protection foil"). Using UV-VIS spectroscopy, measurements were made in the visible spectral range of 400-850 nm. The results are shown below in graphical form:
The light transmittance in the important visible area is greater than 93% on average. This implies that despite the anti-reflective film, the underlying display only loses a maximum of 7% of brightness - and that with 1. preserved color fidelity and 2. strongly reduced reflections on the display. If it was previously impossible to read anything on the display in sunlight (because it was highly reflective), this is again possible with the anti-reflective film from Neoxum.
We also commissioned several Photoshop artists and photographers to test the Neoxum anti-reflective protective films on their monitors as well as on a camera display. The Apple community confirmed that there is a minimal color deviation, which can be easily compensated for by fine-tuning (no comparison with real color distortions that occur with competitors - violet cast). The well-known photographer and Photoshop artist Xomi (aka Michael Baierl) with his own Video2Brain videos recommends Neoxum AGS (Anti-Glare) films in his workshops to minimize the reflections of Apple device displays.
In addition, thousands of Neoxum anti-reflective films are used for large-format Apple monitors, such as Apple iMac 21.5 inch and Apple Cinema 27 inch at one of the largest publishing houses in Europe, to reduce annoying light reflections.
Comparison antiglare and crystal clear display film
The direct comparison between the anti-reflective screen protection film and the crystal clear variant shows that the anti-glare coating efficiently reduces reflections. The crystal clear film without the special anti-reflective coating is clear and transparent. Both film types are made of the same extremely resistant material.