PDLC film projection at the Dalí Museum

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At Lamina Protect we have carried out the installation of PDLC sheets in a room of the Dalí Museum, located in Figueres. This innovative technology has transformed the visitor experience by allowing images to be projected onto glass coated with PDLC sheets and, at the same time, turning the glass transparent to reveal Salvador Dalí's iconic office.

  • When the PDLC sheets are turned off, the glass becomes an ideal surface for projecting images , which has allowed the museum's curators to creatively display Dalí's work and his influence on the art world. The possibility of projecting their works on glass is an immersive and surprising experience for visitors.

  • When the PDLC sheets are turned on , the glass becomes transparent , revealing Dalí's office. Visitors can see the arrangement of objects, books and tools that the artist used in his daily life. This transformation of the room adds a completely new dimension to the museum visit and provides a unique insight into the life and work of Salvador Dalí.


PDLC technology is a "game changer"

The impact of this innovation is manifested in various ways. First of all, PDLC sheets allow the projection of images on the glass of the room. This interactive aspect makes it possible for visitors to see the works in a new and exciting context. Projections can illuminate and create a deeper appreciation of details, colors and compositions. Visitors can feel transported in a way that goes beyond what could be achieved with a simple projection on a wall.

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What is a PDLC sheet and how does it work?

A PDLC film, which stands for “Releasable Liquid Crystal Polymer,” is a type of intelligently controlled film that changes its opacity state in response to an electrical current. In its off state, the film is opaque, blocking visibility through it. When an electric current is applied, the liquid crystals align, turning the sheet transparent. This allows you to control privacy and the entry of light into interior spaces.

What are the common applications of PDLC sheets?

PDLC films have a variety of applications, such as office and commercial building windows, glass partitions, projection screens, and more. They are used anywhere where privacy, light and visibility control is required, such as boardrooms, hospitals, hotels and homes.

Are they easy to install?

Yes, thermal insulation sheets are usually easy to install. All our orders include installation instructions, spice soap and spatula. If you have any questions or queries before or during the installation process, you can call us by phone and we will be happy to help you.

What are the benefits of PDLC sheets?

The benefits of PDLC films include regulating privacy and light entry, improving the comfort of interior spaces. They also offer energy savings by reducing the need for curtains or blinds and can act as a high-quality projection solution. Furthermore, PDLC sheets are aesthetically appealing and can be elegantly integrated into architecture.

Are PDLC sheets safe?

Yes, PDLC sheets are safe for use in buildings and homes. They comply with safety regulations and are manufactured with high quality materials. In addition, they are resistant to ultraviolet radiation and do not emit toxic substances.

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