This transparent screen will fit any window up to 46 inches at a resolution of 1366 x 768. The thing is completely see-through, but what you’re viewing on the screen is completely private from those outside. It’s fully controlled by your touch, and reminds us of a scene right out of Minority Report or Mission: Impossible. (via Samsung’s Smart Window Reminds us of Minority Report)

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    This transparent screen will fit any window up to 46 inches at a resolution of 1366 x 768. The thing is completely...
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    More Evidence that the Future has Officially Arrived!
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    First of all, this is cool stuff. But… The reporter said that this is “going into mass production in the coming months.”...
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    Super cool
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    Wow!! Very nice.
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    You have to Chechen this out!
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    This is a new and completely transparent touchscreen display from Samsung. It’s like they took a window and an iPhone...
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    Awesome technology.
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