Samsung Display, a subsidiary of the South Korean giant dedicated to manufacture panels for monitors and televisions, just introduced two prototypes based on OLED technology that allows them to one, become a mirror, while the other has the distinction of being transparent.
These models are intended to be used in shops and information centers, offering interaction with content through the combined use of cameras RealSense Intel.
LG Display also surprised with a prototype OLED of only 1 millimeter thick.
In turn, the development of smart mirrors had been driven by Intel prior form with technological companies such as IBM, Panasonic and Sony.
Samsung Display said its transparent model could be used in the window of a car dealership in a hotel lobby or an information center with the possibility to combine various multimedia resources in traditional monitors and screens.
For its part, the mirrored version does not require environmental backlight that often require LCD models and given their performance, the Samsung Display Mirror is positioned as the replacement of traditional mirrors in the future, by providing additional information to the customer on screen.