Could you imagine having a television screen in your home as large as a movie screen? Well, here you go.
Samsung has just unveiled something so spectacular that it will make you not want to leave your house ever again. The multinational conglomerate company released its new ultra-large television with a 219-inch diagonal at CES 2019.
Dubbed “The Wall,” the TV uses the company’s Micro LED technology that offers very high brightness and deep inky blacks.
MicroLED, for those who missed the memo last year, uses millions of inorganic red, green and blue microscopic LED chips that emit their own bright light to produce brilliant colors on the screen. It’s slightly different than OLED – which uses organic emissive elements – but, according to Samsung’s spokespeople, that switch to inorganic might help the TV last longer and eliminate burn-in.
Unlike most giant TVs, however, “The Wall” is designed not to dominate your living but compliment it. So instead of creating a massive black hole above the fireplace when you turn it off, Samsung will enable users to display photos of artwork on its large, edgeless surface – or even just blend in with the wall behind it.
A statement from Samsung reads:
“These transformative TV displays are made up of individual modules of self-emissive Micro LEDs, featuring millions of inorganic red, green and blue microscopic LED chips that emit their own light to produce brilliant colors on screen.
The Wall 2019 takes personalization to the next level, with modular panels that consumers can position in any size or shape to meet their needs.
These next-generation modular Micro LED displays harness self-emitting technology to create elegant, efficient and powerful screens that are liberated from the limitations of existing technologies.”
At 219-inches, the screen measures about 18 feet. So far, the cost of the television has not been revealed yet.
Energizer Unveils New Smartphone With ‘Most Powerful Battery In The World’
It can last for up to 50 days without charging!
Are you tired of having a phone that immediately runs out of power only after a few hours of use? You might want to get yourself the new smartphone from Energizer. The huge phone boasts of an enormous 18,000mAh battery - which means you won't need to charge until almost two months after charging.
Energizer is working with the French company Avenir Telecom to create the Energizer Power Max P18K Pop. With constant use, the phone can last up to a week or withstand a 48-hour continuous video playback. However, it truly proves itself on standby. The gigantic smartphone can reportedly last up to 50 days without needing to be plugged in.
The new smartphone has the world's most powerful battery.
Scientists Have Just Detected 300,000 Previously Undiscovered Galaxies
This is a huge discovery!
It looks like the universe is far bigger than what we've all imagined it to be. According to recent reports, astronomers have just discovered hundreds of thousands of new galaxies that have previously been undetected.
More than 200 scientists from 18 countries participated in the study and the discovery was made using the Low Frequency Array (LOFAR) telescope. They found 300,000 new light sources believed to be originating billions of lightyears away from our planet.
China Completes Its First Successful Robotic Surgery
The operation was so precise that the patient was able to stand up the following day!
Some people are wary of doctors for fear that they could make a mistake. But would you trust a robot with your health? China has recently completed its first robotic surgery and it was a resounding success. In fact, the robot performed so well that the patient was expected to recover immediately after the surgery.
The operation was performed by Tinavi, the world's first and only orthopedic robotic system. Also called Tianji in Chinese, the robot operated on a patient at the First Affiliated Hospital of Anhui Medical University in the Anhui province of China. Interestingly, the system's operation was so precise that the patient was able to stand up the day after his surgery.
The robotic arm works on the patient as a surgeon looks on.