LG Signature roll out screen

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  1. DYohn

    DYohn Bronze Member Donor Top Poster

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    Very cool. Not something I have a use for, but super cool.
     
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    DYohn Bronze Member Donor Top Poster

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    I showed the video clip to my wife thinking she'd like the aesthetics of it, and she said, "Why would we want something like that?" :blush:
     
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    CJ Bronze Member Admin Top Poster

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    I saw this on reddit a few days ago. It is an interesting proof of concept in my opinion. If you build the mechanism into a piece of furniture like a sofa table or credenza you could have that sitting room look of no TV and still have a real size TV.
     
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    Love the concept. Often times a large picture window in a room would also be the perfect spot for a TV, but you can't really put a TV in front of your window. Or maybe you want that wall space for shelving, or some art-work. Now your 60" TV doesn't have to be a focal point when it's not in use.
     
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    Carl V Well-Known Member Donor Top Poster

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    Crossed fingers. But my experiences has proven size and resolution matter. 65” loses out to 105+. All things bring equal. Now esthetics and implementation factor in surely. But really do the math. 55” diagonal vs 75” diagonally BIG difference.

    **** interior design aside. ****
    Roll up screens are a boon.
     

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