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very OT toilet question

October 23, 2006 | 2:07 pm

I guess i have some of the attention now :-)

I was wondering if someone could guide me in the right direction (insert funny remark)

I was wondering on those toilets that are completly transparant and turn milky when the door is locked.

I guess this is a kind of LCD screen technique (found some ref on that)

I’m looking for those screen things, I suppose you dont actually need whole LCD screens to get them, but don’t know where I can find them.

Any help is most welcome best egards

pieter


October 23, 2006 | 2:23 pm

searching on ‘smart glass’ will get you the results your looking for.

http://www.refr-spd.com/

it is expensive though be prepared, and generally designed for large
architectural installations

back in 2001, i was able to do a performance at the ‘Le Mois Multi’
festival in Quebec that utilized a smart glass panel as one of the
projection surfaces. it was very cool — the techs had it switch
between transparent/opaque at a full 15 fps (at least)

-deKam

>
> I’m looking for those screen things, I suppose you dont actually
> need whole LCD screens to get them, but don’t know where I can find
> them.
>
> Any help is most welcome best egards
>
> pieter


October 23, 2006 | 2:43 pm

thx for the reply,
the thing is that I want to make a grid of those so that I can control a part of the wall that reflects the images and part of it that are still transparant, so I need it in smaller sizes and cant put individual windows so I searching for something stickable

grtz
p


October 23, 2006 | 3:04 pm

not realy what you’re looking for, but… just for fun :

http://www.flickr.com/groups/transparentscreens/pool/

MathieU


October 23, 2006 | 3:12 pm

one of the first things my google thingy got me was this


October 23, 2006 | 8:06 pm

WARNING: this is the most off topicest I’ve ever posted

did someone mention cycling74 and toilets?!?!?!?!?1? anyone notice
something familiar?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oZrmKgkQFnI


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