As the viewer’s angle shifts, so does the transparency or translucency of the glass.
Our Directional Concealing Glass allows the designer to choose the angle that allows full view through the panel or full concealment.
This Example shows an obscuring horizontal band, while allowing viewing above and below the plane of eyesight from a standing position.
The second Example shows transparency to the left or right of center while blocking the direct view vertically.
The charts show the effect of changing the orientation of the glass.
The first shows the view from above - the shaded areas are vertically obscured views.
The second shows the view from eyelevel with different angles obscured horizontally.