Panasonic Showcases Transparent OLED TV

Panasonic recently showcased an improved version of a transparent TV at IFA in Berlin in early September, reported Engadget.

A similar invisible LED TV was showcased at CES 2016 in January this year, but the company has upped its game to develop an OLED TV that disappears and merges with its surroundings when turned off.

The TV can also function as a live Juke box and play different music with the simple swipe of a hand, reported Daily Mail.

So how does this transparent TV work?

Basically, the OLED is a plastic material sandwiched between two electrodes cathode and anode on a glass substrate, explained OLED info.

When electricity passes through the plastic, the OLEDs illuminates on its own, which is why no backlight is required for most OLED devices.

The TV appears transparent because when the electricity is off, the components and pixels return to its original transparent state.

Since the panels are extremely thin and only some power is needed, the screens appear almost invisible.

According to the Daily Mail report, a closer look at the prototype Panasonic screen actually reveals fine grids.

Pricing of the TV remains elusive, and Panasonic estimates it will take another three years of development before the transparent OLED TV can be commercialized.

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