There’s a science to golf, just like there is to any sport.
And as with most sciences, the discipline of swinging a golf club is one that’s aided by advances in technology. With a camera or a tablet or a Smartphone at the driving range, you have a visual interpretation of your swing.
But those visual aids are only useful as long as you can see the screen. Sunlight reflected off an LCD screen can force golfers and instructors into the shade to review their swings, thus disrupting the lesson.
To combat this problem, the Professional Golf Association of America — commonly known as the PGA — has turned to NuShield to find a solution that allows tablets, Smartphones, and other mobile computing devices to be better visual teaching tools.
You’re a pilot, flying at 10,000 feet. And because it is the year 2015, you’re using a tablet or a GPS device to help guide you to your destination. You look down at your device to check for the next waypoint and the sunlight coming hits the display at just the right angle so that all you see is a big yellow dot in the middle of your screen. You can’t see anything, and you start turning and twisting the device, experimenting with different angles to see your display.
Preventing Screen Glare
In the cockpit, it’s imperative that when you glance at the display you can easily read the information, regardless of sunshine. NuShield’s DayVue antireflective film takes care of the distraction for you without you having to contort your body into uncomfortable positions. This light canceling film works like noise canceling headphones. It blocks reflected glare and provides superior scratch resistance adding to the longevity of your display.