As part of the international exhibition IFA 2017, the Japanese electronics maker Panasonic for the first time demonstrated to the public the prototype of a transparent TV with an OLED matrix. The Japanese themselves call this technology "smart glass". While it is difficult enough to imagine exactly where it is possible to use similar panels because watching them television series and films is unlikely to be convenient. However, experts are sure that in the future they can be integrated into smart furniture, various household appliances, and also used as interior decorations.
The resolution of the transparent TV screen is 3840 by 2160 pixels, which is equivalent to the Ultra HD standard. The device has all the functions of a full-fledged multimedia center, with the ability to access the Internet, listen to music, and also recognize voice commands. At the Panasonic stand, the TV demonstrated a beautiful demo version, and under the device there was an additional screen displaying different animations. Behind the screen were also located two transparent glass pyramids so that visitors could appreciate the transparency of the panel.
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