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OLED Film Could Provide Cheap Night Vision For Cars

April 29th, 2010 04:13 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

thecarchik writes “Night vision systems are already available in the higher-end luxury sedans from companies like Toyota, Volvo, BMW and Mercedes-Benz, but it’s expensive technology that few drivers can afford, but at $4,000 for the system without a display, it’s a pricey upgrade. That may all change soon, as DARPA funded scientists have developed a cheap way to turn any infrared light into visible light with a thin film.”

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