View Introduces Smart Window Product

Having four preset states from 1 to 58 percent visual transmission, Dynamic Glass uses electrochromic technology to predictively adjust tint levels in response to external conditions.
View Dynamic Glass

View has introduced its new cost-saving product Dynamic Glass, a smart window that maximizes natural light while also reducing heat and glare. The LEED-certified product easily integrates with building management systems, such as HVAC or lighting systems and can be manipulated through wall interfaces, mobile apps and web interfaces.

Having four preset states from 1 to 58 percent visual transmission, Dynamic Glass uses electrochromic technology to predictively adjust tint levels in response to external conditions. The View Dynamic Glass system comprises three elements—The Dynamic Glass IGU, the Balance of System components and the Control Package—while the Linear Control Network feature eliminates the need to use individual cables for each window.

The company has recently installed its product in four Chicago projects:

  • 2017 Mendell, a newly-renovated, 62,000-square-foot, Class A office building in Lincoln Park
  • Elevate Lincoln Park, an 11-story, 191-unit, mixed-use development located at 930 West Altgeld St. featuring 16,000 square feet of street-level retail
  • Sunset Ridge School, a 70,000-square-foot learning facility in Northfield, Ill.
  • Glen Ellyn Police Department, a new 30,000-square-feet police station

Photo courtesy of View Dynamic Glass