Xiaomi launches "world's first" mass-produced transparent TV

A see-through television features in today's Dezeen Weekly newsletter

The newsletter features Chinese electronics company Xiaomi's see-through television.

沙巴体育开户Readers are amazed by the Mi TV LUX see-through television, which displays images that appear to be "floating in the air".

Recognised as a world's first, the television features an edge-to-edge transparent display, leaving what looks like a simple glass screen, allowing viewers to see through to the other side.

沙巴体育开户One reader commented on the story, "we really are in the future aren't we?"

Public toilets in Tokyo's Yoyogi Fukamachi Mini Park and the Haru-No-Ogawa Community Park by Shigeru Ban for the Tokyo Toilet project
Shigeru Ban designs pair of transparent public toilets in Tokyo

Other stories in this week's newsletter include public toilets in Tokyo featuring transparent walls, IKEA Japan's collection of branded clothing and the newest Apple store designed by Foster + Partners.

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