Did you all know ? The Japanese multinational tech company Panasonic has ended the summer by captivating the technology industry with improving their invisible televisions and it is the new OLED transparent screens that have already impacted virtually at the IFA 2016 fair in Berlin, held on last September.
Panasonic Just Revealed A New Invisible TV
The Japanese multinational Panasonic has ended the summer by captivating the technology industry with improving their invisible televisions and it is the new OLED transparent screens that have already impacted virtually at the IFA 2016 fair in Berlin, held on last September.
Although these translucent televisions were presented earlier this year at the Consumer Electronics Show 2016, held in Las Vegas. But, Panasonic has improved its prototype by replacing the LCD screen for making the OLED TV in almost with a sheet of glass.
Panasonic posted a video on its Facebook page where it showed off its futuristic television that became a transparent glass when turned off. This Panasonic TV has a fine mesh screen OLED-embedded within a sliding glass door of a common piece of furniture in the house.
At first glance, it looks like a simple glass, but when ignited then it seems that this is a TV that does not have anything to envy the image quality of other common televisions of the last generation.
According to the company, OLED screens does not need a backlight or filters, unlike LCD screens. These features make this material more efficient, easy to work and thin, in fact, this type of display are those which also allowing for manufacturing new prototypes of roller monitors as well.
In addition to obvious technological advances, such proposals respond to the latest trends in technology and interior design that is based on electronic devices that pass unnoticed as possible at home. An example of this trend are the televisions that Samsung presented along with a couple of French designers “The Bouroullec brothers”, known as the Serif TV.
However, this model is still a prototype in which they are working, but, Panasonic said that “It could be a reality within three years, before being able to buy this invisible TV”.