Straight out of sci-fi and in your living room
Rather than simply planning a beautiful TV, Panasonic has thought of another exploratory screen that fades to total transparency when not being used. At CES 2016, Panasonic unwrapped its transparent TV screen, also being called the invisible TV, to help you get rid of the large black expanse of a TV that blemishes the beauty of your perfect living room.
The company made a mock living room at the event and draped it across two living room shelves. The company then showed a variety of videos, music and artwork and how the screen could shift between “transparent mode,” where you could see the shelving behind it, and “screen mode,” where you can see the screen. Moreover, the display is on a railing so that you can move it up and down the shelf for even greater customizability.
And the coolest thing is how you control it. Of course, it can be controlled with a remote system, as well as motion gestures or voice commands.
The invisible TV supports display of videos or still images in HD quality.
Another fascinating feature is that it can also get to be translucent, or make different segments opaque and transparent. For example, half of the screen can be utilized to play music and the other half can be utilized as pretty much a straightforward glass.
In the event that the TV gets a full retail release, it could be one of the greatest TV headways since the appearance of the flat screen.