Our story began over 30 years ago when Roland Hill, a keen amateur squash player, was driven to make the sport more accessible to a larger viewing audience. Squash is a challenging sport for spectators because the court is traditionally enclosed by opaque walls. Roland’s eureka moment was a new one-way vision technology, which enabled colors and graphics to be visible from one side of the glass, while retaining excellent and unobstructed see-through from the other side. This led to the construction of the Safe Screen squash court in 1982, the world’s first squash court with one-way vision walls on every side. Spectators could now watch the game from all the sides of the court while the players’ view is blocked by the (blue) one-way vision walls.