New Smartglass Animation

The new Smartglass Official Animation shows viewers highly-detailed examples of our Smartglass products in-situ.

Designed using the most up-to-date animation software, the video guides the audience through hospitality, healthcare and corporate environments explaining the uses and benefits of our switchable glass technology.The animation journeys through 3D venues modeled upon some of Smartglass International’s past projects such as the Kempinski Hotel, Bahrain, Sunderland Royal Hospital, England and Microsoft’s Portuguese HQ.We would like to thank G-NET for creating the animation.Click the image below to watch the animation.The new Smartglass Official Animation shows viewers highly-detailed examples of our Smartglass products in-situ.      

Designed using the most up-to-date animation software, the video guides the audience through hospitality, healthcare and corporate environments explaining the uses and benefits of our switchable glass technology.

The animation journeys through 3D venues modeled upon some of Smartglass International’s past projects such as the Kempinski Hotel, Bahrain, Sunderland Royal Hospital, England and Microsoft’s Portuguese HQ.

We would like to thank G-NET for creating the animation.

Click the image below to watch the animation.

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Date: 25 April 2013
Source: www.smartglassinternational.com

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