Marine Shells May Help Develop Responsive, Transparent Displays – MIT News

Scientists at MIT and Harvard University have identified two optical structures within the blue-rayed limpet’s shell that give its blue-striped appearance. Such natural optical structures may serve as a design guid for engineering color-selective, controllable, transparent displays. (Learn more: http://bit.ly/181DKNV)

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