Video: Samsung imagines a weird and wonderful display-centric world

December 27, 2013
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Regardless of what device you are using to read this right now, there’s a good chance you’re looking at a display made by Samsung. The Korean’s conglomerate is one of the world’s largest makers of displays for consumer electronics, from smartwatches to giant curved OLED TVs, and everything in between.

With innovations like flexible displays and transparent panels slowly making their way to actual products, the future is wide open for Samsung Display. In the video above, published in November during the Analyst Day 2013 event where Samsung outlined its plans for the next years, the company imagines a future of omnipresent displays.

Some of the applications shown in the video may seem far-fetched, but the foundation for similar breakthroughs has been laid. Samsung, LG, and other manufacturers already work on unbreakable, flexible, transparent, or incorporable panels, even though early commercial products, such as the Galaxy Round and the LG G Flex, are not that impressive.

What innovation from the video would you love to see made real?

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