The Panasonic OLED Transparent TV Disappears When Not in Use

By: Michael Hemsworth - Oct 5, 2016
References: panasonic & homecrux
TVs are notorious for being that stark black piece of decor when not being used to display content, so the Panasonic OLED Transparent TV aims to change this. A prototype TV, the new OLED TV from Panasonic is designed to be completely transparent when not in use to help it disappear into the surrounding space.

At first glance, the TV looks like a simple pane of glass that has been positioned into a wall cabinet. It's only after power has been turned on that the true nature of the TV is revealed.

The stunning Panasonic OLED Transparent TV enables it to hide in plain sight and can help to draw attention away from itself when not in use. This could be particularly promising for many consumer homes, but particularly those that are small in size.