OLED becomes art, your bank account becomes empty (video)

Tim Stevens
T. Stevens|01.11.10

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Tim Stevens
January 11th, 2010
In this article: art, artwork, ces, ces 2010, Ces2010, oled
OLED becomes art, your bank account becomes empty (video)
OLED becomes art, your bank account becomes empty
We're still on the cusp of an OLED revolution for home entertainment -- or at least we're still holding out hope that we are. We'd planned on having big-screen displays by now but we're instead still dealing with tiny ones along with a never-ending series of concepts. This latest use, spotted at last week's CES, adds a little artistic flair to the technology, staggering a series of displays and synchronizing the video across them to create some lovely results. We're not really into the whole lacquered boat look, but the fan-like array of displays is quite interesting to say the least. As is the cost: from $100 all the way up to $100,000. You could buy a lot of XEL-1 TVs for that money. Video after the break.

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