The most basic goal of glass, the ability to see through it, often poses a paradox. While the glass itself is crystal clear, its surroundings can provide obstacles to the view, such as glare and reflection.
Anti-reflective glass provides maximum visibility while minimizing light reflection and glare. The result is crystal-clear views for museum displays, zoos and aquariums, retail storefronts and sports facilities. Glass façades become amazingly clear, and electronics and digital signage, even in bright sunlight, are easily readable.