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Philips Aurea Video Shows TV’s True Colors

by Paul Strauss
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A few weeks back I told you about the new Philips Aurea flat screens, and their illuminated color LED frames. Now Philips has just posted a dramatic video clip by director Wong Kar Wai which really shows off what the set can do.

Philips Aurea Demo Movie

For the first time, you can really see the cool color-shifting effects of the Aurea’s semi-transparent border. What’s much more interesting than I thought it would be is that different colors flow all the way around the screen, matching the adjacent screen area, rather than a single color for the entire screen.

Philips Aurea Demo Movie

While I’m not sure if it would annoy me after 10 minutes of viewing, I have to admit the effect is really striking. If I owned a cool bar or nightclub, I’d definitely put one of these in there. My living room – I doubt it.

If you’d like to see more,check out the full-length, full-screen version of the short film, entitled “There’s Only One Sun” over on the Aurea website.

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