The display is available in two versions of the same size with a diagonal of 55 inches and a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels.
The Japanese company Panasonic has announced its first commercial transparent OLED display. The 55-inch panel is variable in transparency and can potentially be used in a wide variety of applications.
The display is available in two versions of the same size with a diagonal of 55 inches and a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. One model (TP-55ZT110) is equipped with a background dimmer and measures 1235 x 748.9 x 7.6 mm and weighs about 14 kg. The second modification (TP-55ZT100) without this unit has more modest dimensions - 1225 x 744.4 x 3.8 mm and a weight of 8 kg.
The dimmer module reduces the transparency of the panel, allowing you to achieve a black background, as well as improving image quality by increasing the contrast. As a result, a model with this unit can be used as a regular TV, showing a bright picture even in good lighting around.
Panasonic hopes the new display will transform public spaces and provide a new user experience. As examples, they showed that such a panel can be used in museums to display information about the exhibits located behind it. In addition, it can display a map of the route of public transport at stops or directly in transport or all kinds of offers in stores. However, no one forbids using it at home as a regular TV.