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unneededcaptain

Opaque, but yes. Very cool.

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montai

LCD glass uses static electricity to make your glasses opacity barely see through. I once had a thought to put it in my house, back than 2000euro per m2 was a bit too steep of a price for us.

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thatslovelydear

It's super expensive. My client once asked about this kind of glass for his windows. When he heard the price, he never even mentioned the topic again. Ordering only standard ever since.

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sonny244

Imagine pressing the wrong button in a public toilet while in the middle of wiping your ass after a dump..

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xnaritax

Old teh now, but its cool anyway

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ttough1900

the low budget version if you have double glazing

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fuckytheducky

Why did I half expect to see a butt ass naked man on the other side?

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mx39

I can make opaque glass become invisible with a knock, too

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j_from_chile

Good work Internet Explorer... this is early 90's technology They are called "smart (or switchable) glass (or windows)", now depending on the technology used they can even work without the need of an external power source and can operate by themselves (thermal or light induced operation). Some of the technologies used include electrochromic, photochromic, thermochromic, suspended-particle, micro-blind, and polymer-dispersed liquid-crystal devices https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Smart_glass

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ordocontent

Thx ie

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