Tiny glowing dots have been the modus operandi for electronic displays since the TV was first invented, but this one swaps pixels for spools of coloured thread that quickly align to display low-res images.
See that up there? That’s the world’s first 10K television. You can’t buy it. Chinese display manufacturer BOE made the 82-inch screen just for the bragging rights (first!). That’s okay, though—there’s absolutely no reason to own a 10K TV right now. Read More >>
LG consistently produces impressive screens, and this one is no exception. The 55-inch OLED panel is just 0.97 millimetres thick, and can be removed from its magnetic wall mounting like a poster. Read more >>
The Galaxy S6 may have the best display with the most most pixels. But we need more, and Sharp is going to give it to us with an absolutely bonkers 5.5-inch LCD 4K display—that’s 806ppi for anyone keeping count.
Touchscreens have revolutionised the way we interact with technology, but to make the best use of our senses, the next generation of displays will not be flat, but have 3-dimensional, reconfigurable surfaces.