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    i wonder if the system can be modded, it works with an electric current right? maybe add on something to vary the current that goes into it? would that work?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Got_Mach View Post
    The "electric tint" on the market today has one major drawback. It is only designed to go from clear to opaque. The original poster's idea of using it as a security device when parked is the only feasable one, based on current technology. Once activated, you can no longer see through it.
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    yeah but it tints by putting a current through the panel right? so variying the current...

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    Looks like I'm having crow for dinner. This is actually very new technology. Check out these articles:

    http://www.refr-spd.com/press.asp?re...s%20Operations

    http://www.ltismartglass.com/evtp.htm

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    I just sent ltismartglass an inquiry from my bussiness.... this would be so cool, even if it was a bit expensive..... we'll see

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    Technical Specifications of SPD Variable Tint Glass

    Description Specifications of
    SPD Variable tint glass
    Solar Light Transmittance Min.<1%, Max. 70%
    Size Max. 3ft.11in. X 8ft.2in
    Max. 1,200mm x 2,500mm
    Response Rise :<0.5second., Decay :<1.0second
    Power Supply 80~220 VAC, 50~60 Hz
    Power Consumption <5 watt per 10sq. ft. of SPD Glass
    <5 watt per 1sq. meter of SPD Glass
    Switching Durability Over 10E+06 times
    Workable Temperature -30~+90 degree C

    NOTE : the power supply!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pb2theMax View Post
    I would love to have a license plate cover made of Smart Glass, so if I "accidently" have to run a red light, I could flip the switch and the red-light cameras would not be able to see my license plate or send me a ticket.

    I'm going to contact some of these Smart Glass companies to see if this can be done, and how much it would cost.
    Here You Go
    sold for motorcycles ,not sure if they have a car version
    http://www.flashalert.com/eclipse.htm

    goes for about $175 us and goes from clear to black

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    no car one available, well if there is i havent found it yet, but if u do ur windows with it the licence plates shouldnt be to hard, should it?

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    i had a thought. i wonder how hard it would be to use it to tint ur lights so that whenever they go on the tint goes off (then u could have it darker than a light coating of nightshades etc when ur not using it and clear when u are)?

    like this:

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    does anybody know the price for this film and where to buy it?

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