SONTE Film delivers Wi-Fi enabled digital shade


Have you ever watched a science fiction movie that depicts how the future would look like? If you have answered in the affirmative, then you would know that some ideas in sci-fi movies of yore have actually made it in real life, and one of the more interesting aspects that I have seen before in the past would be the ability to manipulate your windows to switch from being opaque to clear in under a second, all with the push of a button. It is nice to know that modern day technology has finally caught up with this particular “dream”, thanks to the folks over at SONTE Film who has delivered a free smartphone app which enables users to turn SONTE Film “on” whenever you do not mind others at the office checking out what you are doing, or to turn it “off” for opaque windows. Pretty handy at places like police headquarters, especially at the questioning room, don’t you think so?

Apart from that, users are also able to take advantage of this rather unique app in order to control a room’s privacy and lighting remotely, paving the way for last-minute energy savings to boot. SONTE Film’s customizable digital shade is a snap to install, and it is also easy on your pockets, doubling up as a projection screen along the way.

Needless to say, you can be sure that this particular Wi-Fi enabled digital shade is the first of its kind in the world, and this digital shade has already launched today on in order to raise the necessary amount of funds to get it installed in different homes, assuming all goes well. I can only think of one major advantage that I am quite sure most housemaids will agree with me – having a digital shade would mean kissing goodbye to wiping dust in between the blinds, which is not only tedious but time consuming as well.

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Ruck Siddall Says: June 7, 2013 at 9:09 pm

Please send me more info and price structure

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