These graphics are printed on a special film called One Way Vision by Clear Focus, which is a pioneer in the latest window graphics solutions. This special film consists of pressure-sensitive adhesive and non-adhesive perforated (tiny circles) window film and overlaminates. One Way Vision transforms any glass surface into colorful, eye-catching, see-through graphics and offers an affordable solution for advertising. This product results in maximum visual impact that’s not the conventional opaque signage.
One Way Vision Films
One Way Vision films allow stunning graphics on one side and a clear, unobstructed view from the other. These films are ideal for producing decals, vehicle window graphics, POP (Point of Purchase), commercial window signage, retail signage, building wraps, brand marketing, corporate identity and much more. One Way Vision films create new, innovative media space without obstructing the view. It can also enhance security issues, since it limits the amount of vision that is possible by looking in from the outside.
Creates new, innovative media space.
Cutting-edge graphics technology that gives advertisers a competitive advantage. Allows premium ad placement for high-profile advertising.
Reduces heat and glare from the sun.
Clear pressure-sensitive adhesive that’s easy to install and remove. Available for exterior or interior applications.
How does One Way Vision film work? This special film is made of polyvinyl chloride (PVC) with up to 50% of the film micro-perforated to achieve the desired image resolution and one-way visibility. The black (non- imaged) side of the film through which people see maximizes its transparency. Lighting is the final ingredient: for optimum effect, lighting on the graphics side must be brighter than on the non-imaged side. One Way Vision film can be used for either exterior or interior mounting. Depending on the usage, these films are available with variations in the size and amount of perforation.
Did You Know? In using One Way Vision films, bright colors (e.g., red, yellow, orange, bright green, and blue) provide the best results. Avoid using dark colors (dark purple, navy, brown, black) for backgrounds or other large areas. This is because with bright colors, the eye tends to focus on the graphics, whereas dark colors allow the eye to see through the graphics. The perforating process reduces the reflectivity of an image. We suggest increasing the image contrast by 10%-20% to compensate for this effect.