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    out of curiosity.... did you read the thread?

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    i ve read everything but nobody knows price, everybody just talking about contact them. and i am inresting is anybody contact them and maybe knows price or place where to buy this.


    thanks

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    they never even answered me... my guess is there more looking to sell to oem's, not end consumers....

    I don't think it's ever even been varified that this can even be done with a film.... I'm still thinking this may be a process that is done while the glass is manufactured....

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    i was talking with dealer in moskow and he said that it will be new one film in about 6 month and it will be better than previous...and i asked him to buy film that was produced before and he said that all film is sold....and i can try to find old one somewhere...

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    Thumbs up Their is a window tint that does this!

    I was watching Pimp My Ride and he took a window tint film, added it to plexi glass and when an electrical current was added.....it turned to a frost color. I am searching for the product myself. I have even emailed the production company for the show....If I get the info I will repost.

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    any news?

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    The variable tint effect for windows is created by three different technologies, although all of these methods do involve sandwiching something between two layers of glass or plastic plating, the insides of which have some sort of clear conductive coating/layer. (this may allow for some sort of film, but it would probably be rather thick)

    PLCD which is basically like microscopic miniblinds, similar to how an LCD display works. These are either completely dark or completely clear. They require constant electricity to remain clear

    SPD (suspended particle devices) are similar to the LCDs, only they can vary the amount of tint. The more electricity is put through the particles, the more transparent the glass gets.

    Electrochromic glass sandwhiches different materials between the panes of glass or plastic, and allows the window to change color or how opaque they are. Depending on the type of material used, these windows can either reflect or absorb light, and unlike the other two types, can keep their current state without requiring additional electricity. Running a current through the window changes its color or opacity, but is not required to maintain the color or opacity.

    Here's a useful link with more info:
    http://electronics.howstuffworks.com/smart-window2.htm

    -DK

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    The variable tint effect for windows is created by three different technologies, although all of these methods do involve sandwiching something between two layers of glass or plastic plating, the insides of which have some sort of clear conductive coating/layer. (this may allow for some sort of film, but it would probably be rather thick)

    PLCD which is basically like microscopic miniblinds, similar to how an LCD display works. These are either completely dark or completely clear. They require constant electricity to remain clear

    SPD (suspended particle devices) are similar to the LCDs, only they can vary the amount of tint. The more electricity is put through the particles, the more transparent the glass gets.

    Electrochromic glass sandwhiches different materials between the panes of glass or plastic, and allows the window to change color or how opaque they are. Depending on the type of material used, these windows can either reflect or absorb light, and unlike the other two types, can keep their current state without requiring additional electricity. Running a current through the window changes its color or opacity, but is not required to maintain the color or opacity.

    Here's a useful link with more info:
    http://electronics.howstuffworks.com/smart-window2.htm

    -DK

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    This could happen!

    Having studied Electronics for a while and done some research, I can say almost without a doubt this is possible...and affordable.

    Anyone else with any knowledge care to help with a project on this?

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