Panasonic does it again at CES 2016 with it launch of an invisible / transparent TV.
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Panasonic does it again.
Often one of the biggest eyesores in an otherwise impeccable living room is the large black expanse of a TV. Panasonic could have a solution for that, however, in the form of transparent displays. The company showed off the tech at CES 2016 in a mock living room, where the screen could shift between “transparent mode,” where you could see the shelving behind it, and “screen mode,” where you can see the screen. And because the display is on a railing, you can move it up and down the shelf for even greater customizability.

What’s even cooler though, is how you can control it. You can use a remote control of course, but Panasonic wants these displays to operate via motion gestures (think waving your hands in front of it a la Minority Report) or voice commands. Right now, the transparent displays tend to be a little dark so it needs under-shelf lighting in order to really work, but this is still in the prototype stage. Check out our video above to see all the other things the transparent display can do.