As you can see, smart film brings a definite “cool factor” to your modern space – and it’s a great cost saver when compared to smart glass windows because the film is a retrofit that covers your existing glazing and is easy to replace.
Spark your creativity with this list of 5 great benefits and uses for smart film.
A luxurious, comfortable atmosphere
Modern stadiums and performance venues must provide comfortable seating and an atmosphere of luxury to keep ticket holders satisfied.
Smart films help you provide the ultimate in comfort and luxury by giving your guests the feeling of privacy in every seat or section – check out how the window film experts at NGS helped the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta leverage smart film to do exactly that!
Secured sensitive business data
In today’s regulatory environment, it’s important to keep sensitive business data private from prying eyes. A variety of privacy films, including one way privacy window film and smart window film, can help you achieve that goal.
Check out how NGS protected sensitive data in an operations center with full-glass smart film privacy protection:
And then check out how NGS used a different kind of privacy film, known as Casper Cloaking Film, to block only sensitive data on an LCD TV presentation, while leaving the conference room visible:
Open office privacy
Open offices are a great use of space and they effectively foster collaboration, but sometimes privacy is required to incubate great, new ideas.
Unfortunately, some decorative privacy window film can “close off” open office space – whereas the switchable technology of smart window film makes it possible for you to maintain both open space and closed space, depending on your changing needs.
Provide your staff with both an open office setup as well as flexible privacy, with smart window film, just like this innovative company did:
Glare-free lighting in skylights, atriums, and glass-filled accents
Studies show that natural lighting increases workplace productivity – but sometimes too much light can hamper, rather than help, productivity.
Since the sun moves throughout the year, your natural lighting might be perfect in some seasons, but in other seasons you have two choices: either fight with impractical blinds that are so large they’re prone to breakage… or use smart film that blocks out glare at the tap of a button.
Here’s one example of a smart film application with a frosted privacy window film trim that blocked sunlight and glare in a luxury condo:
Eye-catching projection displays
Smart films aren’t only for privacy. Since they become a frosted white opaque window film when activated, they’re also great for displaying eye-catching videos on any glass surface in your space.
Check out how smart film turns regular glass into an LCD screen in this example:
Let Your Imagination Run Wild
The previous 5 examples were only a starting point to spark your creativity, but we’re sure you can come up with the perfect idea to enhance and beautify your space.
Want more suggestions? There are many more applications in which smart window film or privacy film are the best option, including:
Once you’ve got an idea in mind — of if you’d like help brainstorming — get in contact with the smart film and privacy film installation experts at NGS. We’re always happy to help you develop the right idea for innovations that stick.
Ensure Your Smart Window Film Project Is a Success – Work with the Experts!
Ready to get smart film in your space? Make sure you work with film installation experts, so you can ensure an attractive, unobtrusive installation.
Because NGS is the nation’s #1 Commercial Window Film Company with smart film expertise, NGS is the team to trust to ensure your smart film project is a success.
NGS knows that since smart film is an electrical film, it comes with wires – and no one wants to see ugly wires near their beautiful glass. The NGS team has the tools and expertise to cleverly disguise wires by trimming out your glass with matching framing and color-matched wire moldings that keep your smart film fully invisible when you don’t want it to be seen – and fully opaque when you don’t want to be seen.