Panasonic's impressive OLED television will disappear when it's not in use - making it almost undetectable
A new invention from tech giant Panasonic turns a standard TV screen into a transparent pane of glass at the flick of a switch.
The sci-fi style gogglebox was first revealed at the gigantic Consumer Electronics Show in January but has since been refined and updated.
Panasonic says it has swapped out the LED screen for a new OLED display that doesn't need a backlight to give it a picture.
Just to show off how impressive it was, the Japanese company embedded the screen into the front of a cabinet.
It looks like an ordinary sheet of glass until it's turned on and the high definition picture shimmers into view.
According to tech site Engadget , the reason for changing the display was that Panasonic wasn't happy with the transparency of the previous screen.