Glare-free windows could be made from a material with billions of metal patches. This makes a one-way window that is matte but transparent.

Glare-free windows could be made from a material studded with billions of tiny metal patches. This makes a one-way window that is matte–it looks opaque, reflecting barely 1% of light from the outside–but still transparent, which could allow cars and offices to have privacy without blurring the view or significantly lowering the amount of light they let in.

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