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Miyoul OLED Display Art is Beautiful, but Pricey

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With prices around $100,000 (USD) the cost is a bit insane, but these displays sure look good. Heck, if I had lots of money to burn, I’d probably want to get one of these (not).

oled art display photos nanobrick

The company behind these unique OLED-based artworks is called Nanobrick, and their displays are called Miyoul. Some samples of their displays were showcased last week’s CES show.

oled art display photos nanobrick

Each different display has several OLED screens, which are from 3.3-inches to 4.1-inches. They are designed for viewing digital photos and videos – each one custom shot to match the sculptural display. Sounds a bit obscene at this price, but hey, if money is no object for you, why not?

oled art display photos nanobrick

The best of the Miyoul is the one called Flowers. The others look pretty strange to me. Here’s some video the guys from OWLE shot over at CES where you can see some samples of Miyoul in action.

[via DVice and OLED Display]



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