At first glance, this is the usual transparent glass by pressing the button of the remote control or by swinging the hand instantly turns into a television screen. Panasonic introduced an improved version of the transparent TV after the presentation at the consumer electronics exhibition, making it almost invisible.
The whole secret is that the company’s specialists have replaced the LCD screen (on the LCD matrix) with an OLED screen based on organic light-emitting diodes, which looks like an ordinary transparent glass when turned off .
If the LED displays used an external screen illumination, then the new OLED panel uses self-luminous pixels. The innovation system was first demonstrated at the Consumer Electronics Show CES in Las Vegas in January this year. Over the past time, Panasonic specialists have been working to improve the image quality, bringing it to the best TV models of the company.
To show an improved model, company representatives mounted an OLED screen in the glass sliding doors at the entrance to the large entertainment center.