Say hey to Panasonic's invisible TV
Typically one of many largest eyesores in an in any other case impeccable front room is the massive black expanse of a TV. Panasonic might have an answer for that, nevertheless, within the type of clear shows. The corporate confirmed off the tech at CES 2016 in a mock front room, the place the display might shift between “clear mode,” the place you may see the shelving behind it, and “display mode,” the place you possibly can see the display. And since the show is on a railing, you’ll be able to transfer it up and down the shelf for even higher customizability.
What’s even cooler although, is how one can management it. You should use a distant management in fact, however Panasonic needs these shows to function by way of movement gestures (assume waving your palms in entrance of it a la Minority Report) or voice instructions. Proper now, the clear shows are typically somewhat darkish so it wants beneath-shelf lighting in an effort to actually work, however that is nonetheless within the prototype stage. Take a look at our video above to see all the opposite issues the clear show can do.