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16943 Concept Tv Displays Standard and Widescreen on One Screen. and It’S a Sculpture Too.

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An asymmetrical slice of awesome, Studio FRST’s 16943 concept TV accommodates media in the standard 4:3 aspect ratio as well as in the 16:9 widescreen format, hence the name.

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Studio FRST also exalts its creation as “A technological sculpture in levitation. Between opacity and transparency.” So it’s a flying colloid?

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The TV’s built-in player only plays DVDs, but hey, it’s built-in! In levitation! Between opacity and transparency!

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I really hope something like this gets mass produced. I can live without the glass base if it means a cheaper product. And the square gap can be used to house the TV’s controls. Do it Pioneer!

[via MoCo Loco]



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