Lumisty

Lumisty® is a view control window film which scatters incident light from certain angles whilst transmitting incident light from all other angles.

This characteristic means that the appearance of Lumisty changes from transparent to translucent depending on the angle from which it is viewed. Made from mylar, an extraordinarily strong polyester film, Lumisty’s unique effect is the result of its micro structure.

Lumisty appears clear or frosted depending on your viewing angle and comes in 3 types:

MFX 1515
Frosted when viewed straight-on, clear when viewed from either side.

MFY 2555
Clear when viewed straight-on, frosted when viewed from one side.

 


MFZ 2555
Clear when viewed straight-on, frosted when viewed from either side.

Applications

Lumisty can be used horizontally or vertically. Applications include interior glass, acrylic and polycarbonate surfaces, glass balustrades, escalators and staircases, windows, glazedpartitions, workstation screens, modesty panels, store fronts, exhibitions and computer /ATM screens.

If you’ve seen Lumisty in action you’ve experienced the unexpected and delightful visual sensation it creates. Uponfirst encountering the product people are often struck by what they think is an optical illusion.

Walking past a window with Lumisty applied, a perfectly clear, transparent surface becomes, in a step or two, partially frosted. Two or three steps later, the same window is completely frosted. Walk backward or forward and its clear again. As the viewer’s angle shifts, so does the transparency or translucency of the film.

Words just can’t do it justice.

 

 

EXAMPLES OF THE INVISIBLE RANGES OF LUMISTY


The figures below illustrate examples of a vertical use of Lumisty, shaded areas are translucent.

Example of Lumisty vertical 

The figures below illustrate examples of a Horizontal use of Lumisty, shaded areas are translucent.

Example of Lumisty vertical 

 

 Grades of Lumisty


 

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