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Comments on Samsung Transparent OLED Display And H.G. Wells
As shown in H.G. Wells' 1936 movie Things to Come - here's your transparent display. They could be a bit larger... With video. (Read the complete story)

"Here's a front view picture of H.G. Wells' transparent flat panel display from the 1936 film Things to Come.


(Flat Panel display from Things To Come [Movie])

"
(Bill Christensen 2/17/2009 6:12:40 AM)

"Wow, that was friggen sweet. Very clear, very colorful. My only concern is that it seems its not quite as transparent where the colors are. As long as there is no picture, you can see through it, but if there is a picture, you cannot."
(Brandon 2/17/2009 8:41:07 AM)
"remember it's emitting light, not filtering it ... it's not going to look like an ink print on an inert piece of plastic"
(maybe if they turn the brightness down 2/18/2009 3:20:16 PM)
"'Things to Come' one of my most favorite movies. The clear screen would be nice but we can do without the totalitarian leadership."
(thlayli2003 2/25/2009 8:17:13 PM)

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