Most people use blinds and shades to keep sunlight at bay, but even those can still create awkward glare and uncomfortable levels of heat.
With View's dynamic glass, you can control and tint your windows from an app on your phone.
View's dynamic windows can also be programmed to adjust with the sun's movement.
The goal is to make you to feel more comfortable at all hours of the day.
View also believes smarter windows could help people save more energy, particularly from lighting and cooling systems.
Regardless of the size of the panes, all the dynamic glass from View is made the same way, as explained in the infographic below. You can customize your glass to match any kind of architectural designs to match the size, shape, and thickness of your building.
View imagines its smart windows going into hospitals, where it can promote healing in patients.
The company also believes students would be less distracted and feel more creative with smarter, adjustable windows.
View also wants to work with hotels to make guests feel comfortable and happy in their rooms, regardless of the time of day.
Several major organizations and institutions have already installed View dynamic glass in their buildings, including Hilton and Colorado State University.