TVs don’t have to be gadgets ugly and unaesthetic. Every time there are models that fit better with the decoration of the homes thanks to the advances in technologies of OLED panels, which allows you to make real virguerias as curved screens, transparent, flexible, foldable and roll-up.
A clear example of these trends in “decorative” screens comes from the hand of LG and Dezeen, which have shown the results of a design contest called OLED Go! and whose objective was to show the possibilities of this technology beyond applying it to a “simple” television.
The winners of the contest have been the creators of “Scroll” is a full OLED banner designed to hang on the wall (although it can also be placed on a piece of furniture) and that allows to generate different decoration environments while also working like a bookcase Thanks to its curved lower part where we can leave light objects such as keys, glasses, small books, etc.
When the TV is in use it works like a conventional OLED model, but when it is turned off, the panel becomes transparent letting you see the back wall or showing some decorative screensavers.
The second place in the contest went to “Signal”, an OLED screen that can be opened and closed like a book functioning as a television or OLED lamp depending on our needs.
Among the more than 200 designs proposed also stands out “Console”, a kind of screen-bunk that is placed on the bed and is designed so that we can watch TV while we are lying down.
There are also models like “Flag.R”, a rollable TV that allows vary its size in the horizontal plane and display the panel in a variable way depending on the size and aspect ratio that we are looking for at all times.
Another curious proposal is “Trolley”, an OLED TV mounted on a stand with wheels that allows it to be moved through different rooms and adjusted in height to suit our needs.
As we can see, all these designs try to take advantage of the OLED bonds to offer curious proposals that turn television into another element of home decoration, and although many of them will probably never become commercial models, they do serve for manufacturers to pick up ideas that they will apply in the televisions that will reach the stores for years to come.
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