With football season starting you’re probably looking to enjoy the games on your HDTV. The resolution on TVs has been constantly getting better, and football enthusiasts are looking forward to enjoying the games on their improved displays that incorporate 4K resolutions and OLED technologies.
The moment Samsung, Sony or LG come with something innovative you can bet that the rest of the industry will not be left far behind. It should be stated, however, that 2017 has not been the best year regarding innovation. Given the fact that any progress made by TVs has continually been overshadowed by advancements made by smartphones and virtual reality sets, manufacturers have been forced to focus on the one thing that gives them an edge; the enhanced screen technology on large TVs.
It used to be that going to a Realtors office meant browsing the many window flyers about properties in the immediate area. You could stand outside of the window, and just like at some major retail outlets, check out the wares that were being offered.
Tailgate parties are some of the best parties you can ever have. The crowd, the food, the festival, the excitement, it all comes together at a tailgate party.
Of course, what would modern tailgating be without a large television to keep you up to date about other games. But the reflections on the tv screen can ruin the fun, which is why you need an anti-glare protective film for your TV screen.
If you attend a large church you probably used to seeing large television monitors spread throughout the sanctuary. As churches get bigger, more and more are tapping into the power of large screens that help the congregation follow the proceedings up front. Especially in churches that hold over 1,000 members.
Smart TVs offer a wide variety of features. Many are connected to the internet, and offer easy access to Netflix, Hulu, YouTube, and even stock and weather updates. The large screen of the typical TV, combined with the connectivity of the average computer, is a formidable combination that many users have fallen in love with.
There’s no need to stay cooped up inside while you watch TV. To get a breath of fresh air, many people are putting their TV on their porch. It’s nice to sit outside on a porch or outdoor room in the evening and catch up on your favorite shows while the fireflies come out. Or set up your TV and watch the big game on a Sunday afternoon with your friends, where you can enjoy the sunshine and the warm breeze.
RV travel has always been a popular form of getting away from the hustle and the bustle of city life, and with gas prices dropping like never before, taking the RV out for a camping trip, or a cross country journey, has never been easier than it is now.
One thing that you may not think of while traveling is glare on all of your electronic viewing screens. TV’s, GPS units, cameras and even laptops, tablets and notebooks are going to be used in places where they wouldn’t normally be. Continue reading Glare Reflection Can Now Be Avoided on Your RV TV, GPS, and Cameras
You have the screen ready for the presentation, but when the meeting gets started, you find that sunlight is coming through the windows, making the presentation screen nothing but one big glare.
Closing the blinds or curtains removes some of the glare, but now you have to deal with overhead lights inside the room.
If this scenario sounds all too familiar, the time has come to talk with the IT/AV person in charge of the video display. The NuShield anti-glare screen protector film was created for this type of situation to keep the display visible, even with sunlight pouring in, easy on the eyes and the presentation going smoothly.
Today’s TVs are thinner than ever, bigger than ever, and able to produce the most amazing pictures. What’s more, having a big TV outside lets you watch your sports or favorite show from the pool, deck or inside your screen porch.
These magnificent flat-screens, however, have one major shortcoming: the glare. This is caused by the UHD TV’s glossy display, which has a tendency to reflect light. In order to create the Ultra High Definition image on today’s TV, manufacturers cannot use the anti-glare matte finish coating that used to diminish reflective glare.
If the TV is in your home, you could simply use blinds or blackout curtains to eliminate the glare during the day. But when you go outside, your TV is practically converted into an expensive mirror that reflects its surroundings.