Studio WA+CH designs movable AR screens that double as room dividers

In this video showcasing the finalists of Dezeen and LG Display’s OLEDs Go! competition, Studio WA+CH explains its concept for a movable OLED display that can be used as a room divider, whiteboard and video conferencing device.

The concept was designed by Milan-based design practice Studio WA+CH, which comprises Fuhua Wang and Weichih Chen, as well as designers Tzyun Huang and Wenheng Chang.

Called Vivid, the design makes use of the possibility for OLED screens to be transparent when they’re not in use to create a multifunctional OLED display that can be used for work, entertainment or as an interior decoration.

The product was designed to aid users in the transition from working to relaxing at home. When used for office work, the screen can be used as a digital whiteboard or as a video conferencing tool using the camera on its right side.

When the work day is completed, users can switch on the transparent standby mode or display decorations such as digital plants so that the device seamlessly blends in with its surroundings.

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