Clearly superior technology.

View’s intelligent algorithms continually calculates the optimum tint level for all day comfort.

How Intelligence Works.


Solar radiation and glare are reduced when the glass is tinted, creating a comfortable indoor climate for occupants.


By admitting natural daylight and rejecting unwanted solar radiation, View Dynamic Glass significantly reduces annual energy costs.


Building inhabitants enjoy the benefits of natural sunlight, like improved mood and productivity.

Intelligence Outside

View Dynamic Glass is powered by a sophisticated intelligence engine that responds intuitively to outside conditions, day or night.

Cloud Cover

Predictive weather feeds and real-time sensors anticipate and respond to cloud cover. This allows maximum daylight to flood workspaces on overcast days.

Always On

Day in and day out, View Intelligence will run your glass tint states for you. Using algorithms that include year, month, date, and time, it is continuously working to bring comfort to your space.

Angle of the Sun

Pulling information from the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, View is able to predict the angle of the sun on a particular date and time. When the sun changes angles in fall or winter, View Intelligence will block unwanted glare.

Latitude & Longitude

Where is your building located on Earth and how will the sun’s glare change throughout the year? View’s Intelligence knows.

Architectural details

View Intelligence accounts for architectural features of the building such as overhangs. These details are factored in to the algorithm, customizing the tint conditions for your space.

Intelligence Inside

Experience the inherent comfort that transforms your indoor experience when you can customize daylight.


Comfort first. The Glare Control Module is one of the three cores of the engine. By calculating the geometry of direct glare on a workspace, the View Intelligence Engine brings comfort to your room.


Let light in. As tint states change, the Daylighting Control Module maximizes daylight while minimizing both heat and glare.

Light Sensors

Weather-ready. Photo sensors on this weather mast are facing East, South, and West. It can detect clear skies and cloud cover, and glass tint then responds to weather.


Energy savings. By using algorithms to calculate the theoretical energy of the sun, the Heat Control Module runs calculations to determine how much solar heat to block to stay below a specified threshold.

The Window Reimagined.

Control View Dynamic Glass from anywhere, create schedules, track energy efficiency and manage entire buildings with our mobile app.

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Inside the Glass.

Inside the Glass