Chinese electronic company Xiaomi has introduced its Mi TV LUX Transparent, which displays visible images floating in the air.
Xiaomi launches the world’s first mass-produced transparent TV
As the world’s first transparent TV released by Xiaomi, the Mi TV LUX features a transparent edge-to-edge screen. Therefore, it looks like a simple glass screen. This will allow your audience to see the other side too.
The use of transparent organic light-emitting diode (OLED) technology can achieve glass-like quality in TVs.
OLED TVs have self-lighting pixels that eliminate the need for a backlight. This makes it different from other regular LED lights in LCD TVs.The rectangular TV screen measures approximately 55 inches, with an “ultra-thin” width of about 5.7 mm. The screen is capable of displaying 1.07 billion color combinations. The cylindrical base holder is surrounded by a casing that visually resembles the ‘CD’.
Xiaomi and its transparent TV will be launched for the first time in China at a price of around £ 5,500. The device will be available for purchase on August 16.
In 2017, Yves Behr’s Fuseproject Studio attempted to design a smart TV for Samsung that looked like framed artwork when hung on the wall.
Samsung introduced an Ambient Mode feature for its QLED TV, which makes the screen appear almost transparent when not in use. The design was intended to mimic the look of the wall behind it.
Other efforts have also been made to reduce the screen’s effect. One such effort involves LG’s foldable TV that offers a flexible screen. This feature allows you to change the device to its base with the click of a button. However, the now released transparent television will have a different impact than the others.
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However, Vitara, Panasonic, and designer Daniel Rybaken had similar ideas to the Vitrin TV prototype as Xiaomi. All companies have attempted to make a simple wooden frame with a single pane of glass at a slight angle.