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LAS VEGAS — Panasonic announced it has created a transparent window display that can be installed in meeting rooms and other places.

It’s a sign that displays are going everywhere. The Japanese consumer electronics company announced the new displays at its press event at the 2015 International CES, the big tech trade show in Las Vegas this week.

Presenters can post a slide or other images on a window of an office conference room. Panasonic also showed that it could turn big store windows into transparent displays, allowing you to view additional information in addition to the usual store mannequins.

Panasonic can also put displays on walls where there is no screen, such as museum walls, so you can learn more information about objects you are viewing. For now, these displays are concepts, and Panasonic may launch products based on the ideas in the future.

Panasonic Transparent Windows Sign

Above: Panasonic Transparent Windows Sign

Image Credit: Dean Takahashi

 

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