At first glance, this looks like a nice shelving unit with clear glass. But it’s really Panasonic’s invisible TV with a fully transparent display.
Panasonic originally introduced its transparent TV at CES earlier this year. It demoed the futuristic television this week with new and improved picture quality.
By using an HDTV that uses an OLED panel instead of an LED screen, Panasonic has created an HDTV that when turned off is completely transparent. The previous model had a somewhat dull picture, but it looks as if Panasonic may have found a way to deliver the TV of the future.
But don’t expect to see this at your local Best Buy anytime soon. Panasonic doesn’t plan on releasing it to the public for at least another three years.
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