Now you see it, now you don't.
At the 2016 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), an event that presents innovators and new technologies, Panasonic exhibited a widescreen television with a transparent display.
A video showing off the TV calls viewers to imagine what it would be like to have a device with a see-through display that not only moves but that serves as a source of entertainment, too.
Throughout the demonstration at CES, a presenter showed how the screen moves vertically between storage shelves while tuning back and forth between TV programs, unique user-generated photos, music, news, weather, and more.
And of course, one of the television's coolest features is its nearly transparent display that allows the objects behind the screen to be visible as well. Evidently, this could allow customers to highlight both the technological and the personal aspects of their space.
Not to mention the fact that this whole television is motion controlled, so users simply have to wave at the screen to make selections.
Pretty neat, huh?
Be sure to watch the full video below: