3 Crazy TVs for Crazy Money
NanoLumens 112-Inch Flexible Display (price TBD)
There is a lot to get your brain around here, so listen up. Yes, this is a 112-inch display that ... bends.
Meaning you can hang a TV as you would a banner, bend it around a column, put it over a corner or otherwise drape a moving image anywhere you'd like. Atlanta-based NanoLumens is shipping this unit strictly to professional display companies, but it can be made work in your home too. There will be major issues to manage, though: You will need a professional integrator fluent in these displays. Finding a solid structural engineer who knows how to hang this set securely will also be key. It's a TV, not a flag, so if it blows around, that is bad. And your video engineers will need to be first-rate.
But if you are willing to manage the installation and spend what you might on a Bugatti, you -- and the folks over at ESPN -- will probably be the only peeps in your town with a TV anything close to it.As of now, NanoLumens is the single coolest display in displays. >To submit a news tip, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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