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Meet Steve – The Visionary Behind eGlass & The Owner of IGC.

With over 30 years in the smart glass industry, Steve has stood on the forefront of this growing industry. As a 17 year old self-taught engineer with a background in electronics, this entrepreneur started his first company, Steremote – introducing the first multi room stereo system. His custom built remote control panels allowed music to be controlled and enjoyed in any …

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All-Inclusive Switchable Privacy Glass Conference Room Systems

Innovative Glass can offer all-inclusive switchable Privacy Glass Conference Room Systems, complete with frameless glass doors, mounting rails & floor closers. Our switchable privacy all glass doors feature sturdy, through-bolt mounted hardware and handles, while our exclusive “Electrified Pivot Hinge” simplifies installation & conceals all wires. All electronic glass panels were mounted in Faram Partition …

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Electronic Privacy for Deans Office

For this installation, the client wanted to create a semi private office & conference room for the Dean of the University. They added decorative glass walls with a swiss-dot “distraction” design to create the illusion of privacy. After a week of having this glass, they realized that it was not giving them what they wanted …

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SolarSmart Glass Balcony Doors

In this hotel, the balcony doors are main source of light for the room. The sun usually comes shining through them much earlier than most people would like it to. SolarSmart Glass was the perfect solution to this problem. SolarSmart allows you to have large expanses of glass to bring in natural light and not …

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Clean Room Switchable Privacy Glass

eGlass is the state-of-the-art, maintenance-free glazing solution that is ideal in clean room settings. In this Clean Room, it is important to have clear space without clutter or unnecessary moving parts. Switchable Privacy Glass eliminates all window coverings and is maintenance free. LC Privacy Glass can be cleaned like ordinary glass; with a paper towel …

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Self Tinting Residential Skylights

The sun alone provides enough energy for window to tint. SolarSmart continuously adapts to the environment and automatically darkens & lightens throughout the day & season to maximize solar heat gain & provide user comfort. When exposed to the sun, SolarSmart Glass will self-ting & automatically darken. Vertical windows receive various amounts of this power …

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Cutting Edge, Green Solution

The Senior Architect of Indiana University School of Medicine wanted to incorporate cutting edge, green solutions for the new Research Center at the Health Information and Translational Sciences Building in Indianapolis. The University wanted a high-tech glass that would eliminate mechanical shading systems in several areas throughout the building due to the unique characteristics of …

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LC Switchable Smart Screens for Class Rooms

Today, classrooms are designed to have a professional feel, eliminating out-of-date staples like chalkboards & individual desks and replacing them with conference room tables & switchable LC Privacy Glass Smart Screens. LC Privacy Glass changes any window to a dry erase or presentation board instantly with just the touch of a button. Simply turn the …

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Energy Consumption Reducing SmartGlass Windows

SPD SmartGlass windows were used for the government-owned Henry House located within the Fort Knox Military Base in Kentucky. The 1934-built historic home is now used as VIP Guest Quarters / Bed & Breakfast for dignitaries when visiting the area. This installation is part of a net-zero energy project to demonstrate that energy-efficient smart windows, …

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Sloan Kettering Switchable Privacy Glass

LC Privacy Glass has many diverse applications in the health care sector. This dynamic technology has solved numerous privacy and maintenance concerns, & has been successfully implemented in many areas through-out a typical facility. According to Neil Halpern, MD, Chief of Critical Care Medicine at Memorial Sloan-Kettering, “curtains may get dirty and need to be …

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