Privacy glasses control the passage of light and have the ability to reduce the sound, creating a protected and private environment. Having some privacy during a meeting, or a shelter from the sun without having to change work position, or turning a window into a projection wall using a simple remote control or pressing a switch is now possible thanks to particular surfaces that are subject to specific treatments. The privacy glass made by Veneto Vetro guarantee high performance because they are able to transform an environment (both working and private) that is protected both visually and acoustically in a few moments. Transformation takes a few moments for the surface to go from totally transparent to opaque and vice versa. The process is made possible by the application of a liquid crystal layer.
Privacy glasses have stratified surfaces and are ideal also for their low impact. By allowing the transition from transparency to opacity and vice versa in a very short time, in fact, they promote energy savings. In the same way, using a privacy glass enhances the scenographic and architectural aspects of the environment in which it is installed. Uses of this type of surfaces include, for instance, meeting rooms, hospitals, hotels but also yachts.
The privacy glasses we supply include:
- Spy mirrors: Mainly used in work environments, allowing the viewer not to be seen on the other side of the pane. This is possible by moderating the brightness on the side of the observer and increasing it on the other side. The process prevents light from passing through the glass and, consequently, on the other side the observer, thanks to the reflection, will only see a mirror.
- LCD glasses: Our cutting-edge technologies allow us to guarantee the transition from transparency to opacity in a very short time. The opaque LCD glass becomes transparent and vice versa in a few milliseconds. They are antibacterial surfaces that, thanks to a liquid crystal film, stop, for instance, the filtering of light and prevent it from being seen from the outside. The production process involves the application of a transparent film inside the stratified glass. The film is coated with a conductive material that includes, between two surfaces, a film of dispersed liquid crystals. Transparency is guaranteed by the alignment of the crystals when there is a presence of tension. Conversely, the surface is made opaque with the dispersion of the crystals.