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Samsung bringing transparent displays to market in September

By Shawn Knight
Aug 27, 2012
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  1. Samsung has announced two new displays that will be introduced to the general public at IFA 2012 starting later this week. The UD22B and the NL22B were both quietly introduced at InfoComm 2012 earlier this year but as they will……

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  2. This to me has no value. See through. It can be used in a car to have a map on your front window or the side. Other then that no value.
     
  3. What a completely ignorant comment...
     
  4. spydercanopus

    spydercanopus TS Evangelist Posts: 794   +87

    A 22" version of the Google Goggles. Maybe you could have a Google Goggles motorcycle helmet, adjustable window tint or car windshield for HUD and GPS. And when you get the self-driving car package, you can watch TV on your windshield.
     
  5. Neojt

    Neojt TS Booster Posts: 163   +20

    The main point is that this is a commerecial product not a consumer one its made for advertizing ect. that mean you could have a hole store from displaying advertisement but your not cutting out daylignt. And you can save TONS of paper from all the different Sales promotrion going on
     
  6. How dare they?!

    Haven't they learned the hard way that every technological breakthrough is already patented by apple?
     
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  7. Denxnis

    Denxnis TS Rookie

    Right!!? ; )
     
  8. ross01

    ross01 TS Rookie

    Yea this is outrageous, apple use attack!
     
  9. Steve

    Steve TechSpot Editor Posts: 2,124   +1,139

    Wow that's very impressive!
     
  10. Lets start patenting it wherever possible..start with the mobile and tablet industry..Be as imaginative as you can be.. :p
     
  11. Hey, look! it's Stark's display like in ironman movie :D
     
  12. Camikazi

    Camikazi TS Maniac Posts: 755   +185

    Wasn't his display more holographic?
     
  13. cliffordcooley

    cliffordcooley TS Guardian Fighter Posts: 8,206   +2,643

    Yay, one step closer to eliminating the need for backlighting.
     

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