Microsoft wrapped up their final appearance at CES with a bang, but what may have been the coolest windows product to emerge from last week's event had nothing to do with a new smartphone or the notable operating system.
There's a lot of buzz around the Samsung Transparent Smart Window, the full touch TFT (thin-film transistor) LCD display that turns any household window into a prop from Minority Report. The 46-inch, 1366x768 resolution display won the CES 2012 award for innovation and, from what we see in the demo below, it's not hard to see why.
Pretty cool stuff, but we can't quite consider this to be "brand new" technology. Samsung revealed their transparent display back in March 2011 as a product that could be a successful advertising tool.
"Unfortunately that application proved too mundane to catch the public's attention in quite the way Samsung hoped for," explains Chris Davies in an article from Slash Gear. "Hence the return of the tech last week and the far more excitingRead More »from Samsung Transparent Smart Window wins CES 2012 innovation award