Quoted from Haymaker:
Somewhat unrelated but as some others and I have pointed out the DMD glare eliminators from comet work wonders. I imagine using one of these in conjunction with anti glare glass would help significantly. I have attached some before and after pictures with the glare eliminators for reference. Please note this is on standard glass.
Someone also mentioned the piece that pinball life sells. I have no experience with it, but I'm sure it works well too. I just think it's kind of ugly. With this product from comet you won't even know it's there after it's installed.
My 2 cents. Ambient lighting, Personal Height and Stance, are a Huge factor as to how all of these "appear" to people, and to the camera.
The DMD Glare Eliminator from Comet, is the first thing I do to any game coming in my home, except for color screens.
In my Pin Room, DMD Glare is a huge problem, Even as I adjust ambient with a dimmer switch to my taste and overhead glare.
I cant recommend more highly this room "mod"for everyones tastes, glare, LEDs, etc. Try a Dimmer Switch!
Anyway, the DMD Glare Eliminator is anti louver technology, and it is a thick, non flexible screen. There are others out there, I have not seen them perform better than Comet, IMO.
To do a whole backbox in this, they are available in Europe, but at $200-$300, it makes more sense to buy your favorite invisible glass.
Lastly, we have a village member in the Glass Industry testing this glass as well, as he has a below $100 glass product, New, that is "almost" as good as others.....
Personally, with a DMD Glare Eliminator, or color screen, and my ambient lights controlled, I dont have a need or see a huge difference to switch from Standard Glass to anything else.
That being said, in a Room that has Sunlight, or garage with fluorescent, other rooms, I can see the difference more noticeably.
Either the light source, or Back box reflection. Turn the game around...pull the shades down, and its all different........