If you thought that you would be starring at those boring LCD or Plasma displays for the next ten years you will now be proven wrong. Some displays look incredible cool. I personally would love to lay my hands on the Samsung 12mm thick LCD display, the Toshiba Interactive 3D Display, the Mitsubishi Diamond Touch (incredible) and the Touch-less Touchscreen.
I decided to only include my favorites from the ten future display technologies and suggest that you head out to the original website who posted the list to see the others.
I still hope that you enjoy this display of modern technology as much as I do. Which one would you want to have at home?
Toshiba Interactive 3D Display Technology (no longer available).
Mitsubishi Diamond Touch (showing Warcraft 3)
Update: The website the top ten list was originally posted on is no longer available, as are a couple of the videos that got posted on it.
There are however a couple of videos that I would like to show you instead which may be interesting to see after all. Lets begin with a video that was shown two years ago. You see some consumer products that may be interesting, like a phone that you can expand to make the screen larger, or a bathroom mirror that displays weather, calendar and local news.
You also see interactive screens that work from both sides, are transparent, and sync with your phone and other devices.
Then we have Samsung's transparent LCD technology which can be used for a lot of applications like making the doors of refrigerators so that you can peek into the fridge without opening it.
There is also a demo video by Samsung that is highlighting again a transparent amoled display that can be used for all kinds of purposes.
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