The Discreet Window Shows if You're Working Hard or Hardly Working

By: Alex Scott - Published: Mar 26, 2010 • References: ishback & yankodesign
I guarantee the thought of a window blind being "nifty" or "innovative" has never crossed your mind before, and why should it? There's nothing really to them--you pull on one side the blind goes up, you pull on the other side and it goes down. The Discreet Window, however, not only makes blinds interesting, it adds a whole depth to them you never thought possible.

There are four settings on the Discreet Window. When you are working, you set the blind to closed. When you are at play, you set the blind to open. After a while you can set the blind to graph, which measures your work versus play time on an X and Y axis. Nothing to keep you disciplined like a window ornament. Stats for Intelligent Sun Shields Trending: Older & Mild
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