PROTECTIVE TRANSPARENT DISPLAY COVERINGS

Brand Owner (click to sort) Address Description
ALURE T-Mobile USA, Inc. 12920 S.E. 38th Street
Bellevue WA 98006
Wireless telecommunications devices, wireless telephones, smartphones, ...
ASTRO T-Mobile USA, Inc. 12920 S.E. 38th Street
Bellevue WA 98006
Wireless telecommunications devices, wireless telephones ...
ATLAS T-Mobile USA, Inc. 12920 S.E. 38th Street
Bellevue WA 98006
Wireless telecommunications devices, wireless telephones ...
BRIGHTSPOT Target Brands, Inc. 1000 Nicollet Mall
TPS - 3165
Minneapolis MN 55403
Wireless telecommunications devices, wireless telephones, smartphones, ...
BRIGHTSPOT Target Brands, Inc. 1000 Nicollet Mall, TPS 3165
Minneapolis MN 55403
Wireless telecommunications devices, wireless telephones, smartphones, ...
PEAK T-Mobile USA, Inc. 12920 S.E. 38th Street
Bellevue WA 98006
Wireless telecommunications devices, wireless telephones, smartphones, ...
SPHERE T-Mobile USA, Inc. 12920 S.E. 38th Street
Bellevue WA 98006
Wireless telecommunications devices, wireless telephones, smartphones, ...
VISION T-Mobile USA, Inc. 12920 S.E. 38th Street
Bellevue WA 98006
Wireless telecommunications devices, smartphones, handheld computers, ...
 

Where the owner name is not linked, that owner no longer owns the brand

   
Technical Examples
  1. A reimageable recording medium includes a substrate, a display layer, and a protective layer. The protective layer comprises a microencapsulated diarylethene material that is capable of switching between a UV absorbing and UV transparent state. During an imaging process, the protective layer is switched from a UV absorbing state to a UV transparent state to allow UV light of a sufficient wavelength to convert a photochromic material of the display layer to a colored state to form an image. The protective material is then switched back to a UV absorbing state to prevent the UV light component from a reading source to convert unimaged areas of the display layer to change color, which would reduce the contrast and resolution of the imaged medium.