SPD-SmartGlass on Display at Second Skin Exhibition in Essen, Germany SPD-Smart controllable glass from licensees of Research Frontiers is on display at the Second Skin exhibition taking place now through December 3, 2006 at the Zollverein World Cultural Heritage site in Essen, Germany. Second Skin, curated by the Smithsonian Institution’s Cooper- Hewitt National Design Museum, features products, furniture, fashion, architecture, and media that are expanding the limits of their outer surfaces. Second Skin is part of Entry 2006, a show that includes exhibitions from over 20 countries. The show has strong global interest among architects and designers, and in its first weekend, attracted more than 4,500 visitors. A larger image of the SPD-Smart window being exhibited is now available in Research Frontiers’ website’s Photo Gallery.