TVs have been evolving for nearly 100 years, and during that time we have seen it get smaller, thinner, and more colorful all the time.
Long gone are the big, bulky TVs that weighed more than most people. Now, our curved, thin, (super) high-definition TV screens are in homes all over the world.
So what’s next?
The paper-thin, rollable TV screen, of course. Now, instead of making TVs smaller and thinner, the pros at LG have developed a prototype that they hope will make it possible to simply store your TV whenever its not in use.
“Like automakers’ “concept cars,” LG’s TVs are meant to show off what’s possible, even if it’s not yet marketable, affordable or able to be mass-produced for customers. But some elements of LG’s creations may come to your next television screen,” says CNN.com.
What do you think?