With a pretty girl in tow, at the recent CeBIT electronics show in Germany, Samsung unveiled its very cool 46" solar powered and transparent LCD television. The prototype is powered by solar panels that feed off the ambient light in the room.
Based on Samsung’s existing transparent LCD technology, the prototype comes fully equipped with the shiny features of HD (1921x1080) and a 10 finger touch screen surface.
Plans to commercialise the TV are apparently underway, and its uses could be extended beyond the living room, with application possibilities in storefront windows and fridge freezers.
Last year at the SID conference in Seattle, Samsung showed off this very cool, completely transparent OLED TV.
Idealog has been covering the most interesting people, businesses and issues from the fields of innovation, design, technology and urban development for over 12 years. And we're asking for your support so we can keep telling those stories, inspire more entrepreneurs to start their own businesses and keep pushing New Zealand forward. Give over $5 a month and you will not only be supporting New Zealand innovation, but you’ll also receive a print subscription and a copy of the new book by David Downs and Dr. Michelle Dickinson, No. 8 Recharged (while stocks last).
Idealog is part of ICG. We work with clients like Woolworths New Zealand, All Good, Huffer, Liquorland, Resene, Citta Design, TVNZ, Spark and FCB on their event activations, in-store, in-office or out-of-home signage, content creation and vehicle wraps.