June 07, 2012
Switchable Glass — Now you see through it, now you don't.
From the website:
Switchable Glass is a revolutionary breakthrough in display technology.
With the flick of a switch, it transforms from a cloudy white translucent barrier to an optically clear state.
The panels are produced by laminating polymer-dispersed liquid crystal film with architectural grade PVB between two layers of glass.
• Can be applied to curved surfaces and cut into odd shapes
• Can be applied to the inside of glass or plastic
• Any size up to 60" x 120"
One piece of 12" x 12'" switchable glass with a power supply connected: $504.
[via Kay (Leah)]
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Posted by: Rocketboy | Jun 8, 2012 9:07:17 PM
OK, love the idea, but what's up with that grid pattern? It looks like the window is held together with duct tape. Is it because it can only be manufactured in 12 by 12 pieces? They gotta work on that.
Posted by: tamra | Jun 7, 2012 10:33:53 PM
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