Latest Polarization Stories

2012-08-07 09:58:21

A study from University of Illinois economics professors demonstrates a new method to analyze the relationships among voters´ issue preferences, the candidates´ policy positions and voter behavior. Estimating the distribution of voter preferences and the extent of policy divergence between the candidates´ platforms, economics professors Stefan Krasa and Mattias Polborn are able to separate observed changes in voter behavior into those driven by voter radicalization versus...

2012-08-02 23:03:33

American Polarizers Inc. has announced the acquisition of a precision waterjet cutting machine to be used in the fabrication of the company's polarizing glass filters and other light filtering/polarizing products. API will now offer waterjet optical glass cutting services in addition to film and plastic laser cutting. Configured especially for cutting optical glass, API's waterjet cutting service leaves a chip-free finish with smooth edges so that no grinding is needed which saves time and...

Light Efficiency Almost Doubled In LC Projectors
2012-07-16 09:55:25

Researchers from North Carolina State University and ImagineOptix Corporation have developed new technology to convert unpolarized light into polarized light, which makes projectors that use liquid crystal (LC) technology almost twice as energy efficient. The new technology has resulted in smaller, lower cost and more efficient projectors, meaning longer battery life and significantly lower levels of heat. All LC projectors — used from classrooms to conference rooms — utilize...

2012-03-02 16:00:00

American Polarizers Inc. glass 3D circular polarizing filters are manufactured with careful attention given to polarized light transmission relative to extinction. An optimum balance between transmission and extinction results in a clear 3D image with low distortion and superior 3D separation of left and right-handed images. Reading, PA (PRWEB) March 02, 2012 American Polarizers Inc. (API), a world leader in the manufacture of polarized filters and other optical products, has introduced...

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