AG(anti glare) glass VS AR( anti reflective) glass,what is the difference,which one better?

Both glass are made to improve the readability of your display


First, the principle is different

AG glass principle: After "roughening" the glass surface, the reflective surface of the glass (high glossy surface) becomes a non-reflective matte surface (rough surface with unevenness).Compared with normal glass, it has a lower reflectance, and the reflectance of light is reduced from 8% to less than 1%. This allowed people to have better view experiece.


The way to produce AR glass used advanced magnetron sputtering coating technology to make anti-reflection overlay on the surface of glass, which effectively reduces the reflection of the glass itself, increases the transmittance of the glass, and makes the original transparent glass The color of the glass is more vivid and more real.

Second, the use environment is different

AG glass use environment:

1. Strong light environment, if there is strong light or direct light in the environment where the product is used, such as outdoors, it is recommended to use AG glass, because AG processing makes the reflective surface of the glass a matte diffuse reflective surface, which can blur the reflective effect, In addition to preventing glare, it also reduces reflection and reduces light and shadow.

2. Harsh environments, in some special environments, such as hospitals, food processing, exposure environments, chemical plants, military industry, navigation and other fields, it is required that the glass cover should not have surface peeling.

3. Touch environment, such as PTV rear projection TV, DLP TV splicing wall, touch screen, TV splicing wall, flat panel TV, rear projection TV, LCD industrial instrument, mobile phone and advanced picture frame and other fields.

AR glass use environment:

High-definition display environment, such as the use of products requires high clarity, rich colors, clear layers, and eye-catching; for example, if you want to watch high-definition 4K on TV, the picture quality should be clear, and the colors should be rich in color dynamics to reduce color loss or chromatic aberration.

As far as the eye can see, such as showcases and displays in museums, telescopes in the field of optical instruments, digital cameras, medical equipment, machine vision including image processing, optical imaging, sensors, analog and digital video screen technology, computer technology, etc., and Exhibition glass, watches, etc.