Dichroic film by Guardian Window Films at an impressive office renovation in Birmingham.
Dichroic film is a thin, multilayered material that exhibits color-shifting properties when viewed from different angles. It is made up of layers of materials with different refractive indices and thicknesses, which cause certain wavelengths of light to be reflected while allowing others to pass through.
When viewed from different angles, dichroic film appears to change color, reflecting different hues depending on the direction and intensity of the light source. This effect is caused by the film’s ability to reflect and transmit different wavelengths of light, making it a popular material for use in decorative and architectural applications.
Dichroic film is commonly used in architecture and interior design to create visually stunning effects, such as in decorative glass and lighting fixtures. It is also used in photography and film-making to create unique visual effects, and in scientific applications for its ability to selectively filter light.