Smart skins make buildings more adaptive, sustainable

10/5/2010 | Journal of Commerce (Canada)

New "smart skin" technologies are revolutionizing green construction, allowing buildings to adapt efficiently to conditions for which their designers didn't originally plan. Innovations such as nano-membranes that responsively regulate humidity and heat transfer and robotic window shades that track the sun's path are allowing buildings to optimize their energy efficiency on the fly.

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