C-SEED is known for their larger-than-life home theater offerings, and their latest project, the M1, is definitely no exception. At the push of a button, the sculpture-like column rises silently from the floor, unfolding to reveal a massive 4K microLED TV display with a high precision frame machined from a solid block of aviation-grade aluminum alloy. The front has been coated in a special screen surface treatment to showcase the all-important black depth more accurately than ever before.
LG Display is set to make a big splash at CES 2021, and for all the right reasons, starting with their transparent OLED technology. In addition to making TV panels for Sony, Vizio, Panasonic, Toshiba, Hisense, and many others, their transparent OLEDs have many uses, including in restaurants as well as metro trains. The company’s latest version now has 40% transparency, compared to 10% for their current models.
Bring the cinema experience home with Samsung’s The Premiere projector, which is available in up to 130″ and 120″ models – the LSP9T and LSP7T respectively. The former is touted as the world’s first HDR10+ certified projector with triple laser technology, which means it’s capable of delivering incredible contrast details as the user watches from bright to dark scenes with a peak brightness of up to 2,800 ANSI lumens. There’s also a Filmmaker Mode that lets you enjoy watching movies as director intended.
Photo credit: Arvin Maleki | Ayda Mohseni
Created by designers Arvin Maleki and Ayda Mohseni, the Black Hole speaker has an out of this world design that looks exactly as it sounds. Many know that a real black hole is basically a region of spacetime where gravity is so strong that absolutely nothing, not even particles or even electromagnetic radiation such as light, can escape from it. Fortunately, this device is used purely for entertainment.