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PRIVA-LITE the glass that turns transparent at the flick of a switch will be at the BAU exhibition in Munich

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PRIVA-LITE technology is a thermal and sound-insulating laminated glazing solution incorporating a liquid crystal film that can manage transparency on demand, changing instantly from clear state to translucent, and vice versa. PRIVA-LITE allows a dynamic (back) projection of videos and images.

When the power is switched off, the glass has a naturally opaque appearance, blocking vision (total privacy), yet permitting light to pass through (translucent).

PRIVA-LITE is suitable for a wide range of applications

Interiors:

- Partitions, doors and sliding doors, floor panels, counters, display cases, screens etc.

- Back-projections screens / multi-media walls.

Exteriors:

- Windows, single or double glazed facades.

- Opaque back projection screens / multi-media walls.

All of the standard shapes are available except complete circles as well as shapes with angles inferior to 30°. The panes can be curved, have a serigraphy or be sand-blasted.

Its core advantages:

- Durability and reliability over time

- Unparalleled level of translucency and transparency

- Light transmission almost identical in the transparent and translucent states

- The best projected or back-projected image resolution on the market

- Instantaneous and silent change of state via simple command

- Low power consumption

- Improved security against theft and vandalism

- International certificates

- 5 years guarantee

References : More that 50,000 m² are in use worldwide

- Chanel building-Ginza BY PETER MARINO (TOKYO, JAPAN)

- Lisbon Museum (Portugal)

- Siem Reap ANGKOR international airport By Alain Dupuy (Cambodia)

- Perret tower by Thierry Van de Wyngaert (Amiens, France)

- High speed train ICE & ICT (Germany) and VELARO (Spain)

- The pavilion of metamorphoses, by Electronic Shadow (Paris, France)

- Accor Novotel Next Rooms (Worldwide)

PRIVA-LITE the glass that turns transparent at the flick of a switch will be at the BAU exhibition in Munich

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