Samsung sees its “Wall” concept as an interactive screen that fits into your home. Rather than appearing as a massive black rectangle when turned off, the screen can be set to display pieces of art, or even just blend in by displaying textured material.
“The customizable UX allows users to create a Feature Wall when the screen is turned off by choosing a picture, painting or piece of framed art that best suits their tastes. Alternatively, a wide variety of premium wall materials, finishes and other décor options are available,” a release from Samsung says.
Because the display has no bezels framing its edges, artwork (or other visuals displayed) blends in more seamlessly than it might on a normal TV.
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