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Watch your TV - then roll it up

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A flexible TV unveiled by LG could pave the way for a revolution in the way we watch and use screens - rolling them up and taking them with us in and out of the home.

The South Korean manufacturer has revealed two new screens, one of which is so flexible it can be completely rolled up and moved without affecting the picture when used again. Experts say this could completely change the way that we use and interact with the various screens in our lives, including smartphones and even car windscreens.

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Really cool... .But I can already see some clown driving down the road watching a movie on his windshield...

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That is actually some really cool tech!

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Really cool... .But I can already see some clown driving down the road watching a movie on his windshield...

Sorted: just switch back to navigation when you get pulled over or crash.

The fact that these screens could also be transparent opens up other applications. A car windscreen that displays dashboard elements and navigation data, for example."

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If they make them big enough 100+ inch versions you have them setup like the pull down home theater projector screens without the need of the projector.

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