The Panasonic Transparent Display Debuted at This Year's CES 2016 Event

By: Ady Floyd - Jan 14, 2016
References: engadget & design-milk
During this year's CES 2016 event, the Panasonic Transparent Display screen was revealed to the public. This television screen is 90% transparent and brings a striking concept to life.

At CES 2016, the live prototype was set up in front of a wooden shelving unit, which allowed visitors to experience the transparency firsthand. Additionally, the screen can be rolled upwards like a projection sheet, allowing access to the shelves behind it. The technology used for the Panasonic Transparent Display is stored beneath the screen in a wooden cupboard so it's out of sight from the viewer.

The idea behind this television originated from the desire to eliminate the large eyesore of blank-screened TVs. While this transparent TV is almost completely see-through, Panasonic eventually hopes to present a 100% translucent screen to consumers.