The special features and uniqueness of SKYBLUE  come from a technology called electrochromic. The color of glass changes smoothly from blue to clear. The physics behind this is not so complicated: By sandwiching special gel ink between two panes of glass, the color change results when a tiny current of electricity flows through the gel: The original color is blue, but it turns a transparent yellow. This system uses only a small amount of electricity, and moreover the electricity flows only when the color is changing. So SKYBLUE is an environmentally-friendly device compared with most other electronics.



SKYBLUE GLASS is controlled by a computer CPU that can change the color of the glass. The left and upper parts which are black depict the tiny CPU board. SKYBLUE patterns are composed in the matrix  of Glass panels.

(movie:SKYBLUE GLASS with CPU control)