[CES 2012] Samsung has something very interesting over at CES this year (apart from the myriad of Smart TVs and other consumer electronics, of course), where the transparent screen that you see is capable of fitting into just about any window – as long as it does not go larger than 46″ in size, and will feature a pixel count of 1366 x 768. It is totally transparent, although what you see is private, so folks who are outside will not be able to know just what you are viewing, other than wondering how come you are daydreaming all the time from your room or store window. Does Minority Report or Mission: Impossible ring a bell with this technology? No idea on how much this will cost should it be commercialized, but whispers on the CES showfloor is that these will enter production from next month onwards. Check out a video of it in action after the jump.
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