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December 03, 2013

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It doesn't have to be transparent but this is the invention that Samsung has filed for with the US Patent Office. Consumers are always looking for the next "cool thing" and Samsung is toying with this idea and has been for a few years. They've demonstrated this type of technology at a number of CES tradeshows.

http://www.patentbolt.com/2013/10/samsung-seeks-patent-for-smart-transparent-displays.html

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fPY7WYBtq8w

Samsung's current patent filing is about creating touch controls for these next generation transparent displays.


No, not on a translucent display. How did you miss that point?

Did't motorola have this like 4 years ago in one of their first android phones and sony in the playstation Vita?

Why does it have to be transparent?

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