Stanford University

Standford University GPD Conference Presentation At Stanford, we’re building a new breed of electronically controlled dynamic glass to switch faster, last longer, and look better than existing electrochromic technologies.   Stanford University

WISP Layer

“Alexa, please dim the sun” (overheard in Wisp’s Bay Area office). Wisp is a stealth-mode company based in Oakland and Moscow, working with early adopters in 2017 on ~20 beta projects in the San Francisco Bay Area. We make a barely discernible interactive layer for windows, a Wisp.

Next Energy Technologies Inc.

NEXT is a Santa-Barbara, CA company developing transparent energy harvesting window technology that allows architects and building owners to transform windows and glass facades into producers of low-cost, on-site, renewable energy for buildings.