Question by  tc25dreamer (180)

How does window tinting work so that you can see out but no one can see in?


Answer by  Connor (43)

This kind of tinting is frequently called a "half silvered mirror"; meaning it lets half of its light through, and reflects the other half. If you sit in a dark room observing a bright landscape, more light will pass from the landscape to you than from you to the landscape.

Reply by moesatriani (0):
I was wondering how this worked as well. They can do some awesome things with window tinting! I really need to have this done. Thank you so much for explaining this to me. I was totally confused, but you explained it really well. Thanks again!  add a comment
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