MIT create anti-fogging, glare-free, self-cleaning glass

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Researchers at MIT have developed a new surface texture that, when applied to glass, produces a kind of glass that removes reflections, is free of glare, doesn’t fog, and has a surface that causes water droplets to bounce off like rubber balls, drawing whatever dirt on the surface with them. So I’m thinking goggles, goggles, goggles (yes, I know, we don’t use glass in our goggles, but if they can invent this, they better get at inventing the other thing also). See MIT News via Geekosystem.

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  1. Glass would be fine for goggles, as long as it was laminated onto plastic inside, such that if it cracked, none would flake off – just like a windscreen in fact.

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