The transparent TV is making its way into living rooms. The technology is not new, but it is starting to be more affordable and popping up in different applications.

What do you think would you want a see-through television?

Many models that are featured are not clear as glass, they have a smoky haze to them which might make them even more stunning. Like an art piece.

I like in this video how retail could use the clear screen to show information on a shelf with product behind it.

At first glance, some content seems to be able to take advantage of the transparency of the screen so it looks like you are watching an early version of holograms, but obviously, most programming won’t be able to take advantage of that right away.

Photo by Aleksandra Sapozhnikova on Unsplash
Photo by Aleksandra Sapozhnikova on Unsplash

Here is the question though, Would Utah even be interested in this TV? You might be wondering why I would ask such a question. According to this study Utah watches or at least used to watch (the study was published in 2018) less TV than any other state in the nation.

Interestingly this article points out that the states with more national parks tend to watch less TV, maybe because we are out hiking?

Here are the top least TV watching states and the content they prefer.

1 Utah 2:13:55 Animated Cartoon

2 Maine 2:17:37 Cooking Show

3 Vermont 2:19:43 Late-Night Talk Show

4 Alaska 2:20:24 Soap Opera

5 Colorado 2:28:22 News

What state watches the most TV?

West Virginia with 4:30:54 per day and they tend to enjoy the Soap Opera.

So yeah maybe a transparent TV could look good, but maybe Utah just isn't that into TV.

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