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This article was published on February 3, 2011


    Loewe Invisio: A Stunning Transparent Flat Screen TV

    Loewe Invisio: A Stunning Transparent Flat Screen TV
    Brodie Beta
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    Brodie Beta

    Brodie Beta is a technology enthusiast with a passion for gadgets, media and anything related to the Web. She has worked in communications Brodie Beta is a technology enthusiast with a passion for gadgets, media and anything related to the Web. She has worked in communications and media for the past nine years. Follow her on twitter here .

    invisioIn the last few years we’ve watched the television get super thin, a design that has elevated them to appear more like art, and with the ability to hang them on the wall like a picture frame, TV’s have truly become beautiful and unobtrusive pieces of furniture. So what’s next for TV design?

    A new design my Michael Friebe, displays a completely transparent TV called the Loewe Invisio and it appears like a solid piece of glass attached to a modern-looking metal base. Friebe’s design has been entered for a 2011 IF Concept Design award, an international competition for professionals in the areas of design, architecture, marketing and engineering.

    As the first of its kind, the Loewe Invisio introduces technical innovation, combining conventional LCD and the latest TOLED display technology. This allows to create non-transparent / solid moving pictures with rich color reproduction and full contrast range from solid black to pristine white.- Michael Friebe

    Let us know what you think, is this the coolest TV you’ve ever seen?

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