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An easily manufactured nanotech coating is expected to make LED lights brighter and warmer.
The company Nanosys has developed the process in which a phospor material developed from nanomaterials is layered over standard blue LEDs (the most energy-efficient color) to create a spectrum of colors that are warmer and more vivid. The strength of the concept is that it utilises existing technology, making it easy for existing manufacturers to adopt the system without having to dramatically change their manufacturing process.
It is hoped that Nanosys' material could improve laptop and HDTV displays with better, brighter screens, at the same time, without increasing energy consumption.


   

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