Nissan Scratch Shield


Nissan‘s anti-scratch paint technology, Scratch Shield, protects automotive paint by using a highly flexible resin used as a clearcoat that heals 80% of surface scratches, taking as long as a week or just overnight. Now, Nissan has agreed to license the technology to NTT’s DoCoMo for “mobile phone applications”. I’m guessing future mobile phones from DoCoMo will be more scratch-proof than before. Since Scratch Shield is transparent, maybe a clearcoat can be integrated into displays such as LCDs and plasmas, in addition to the main chassis. Source: Nissan via Autoblog, Engadget

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