Richard Bone and Jisu Yun design transparent OLED television that can be used as a shelf | Dezeen

Richard Bone and Jisu Yun explain their design for a transparent OLED television that doubles as a shelf in our next video showcasing the finalists of Dezeen and LG Display’s OLEDs Go! competition. 

Called Scroll, Bone and Yun’s multipurpose design can be used as a digital display when it’s turned on and a physical display shelf when turned off. 

The slender form of the device, which takes inspiration from an unravelled scroll of paper, is made possible by the thinness and lightness of OLED panels.

A curved metal lip at the bottom of the OLED panel can be used to display personal belongings.

When not in use, Scroll’s OLED display becomes transparent, so the device can blend more seamlessly into the user’s home.

Bone and Yun run a design studio called Studio Boo Boon together in Tokyo, Japan.

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