In addition, Mirror TVs (mirror televisions) are versatile in their application. Mirror TVs can be integrated into interior designs including Smart Homes and Home automation integration. A mirror/glass television solves the problem of home automation without having to compromise style.
Technically, the device consists of specially engineered mirror glass with a LCD TV behind the mirror surface. The mirror is carefully polarized to allow an image to transfer through the mirror. So, when the TV is off, the device looks like a mirror, but when turned on, the picture appears. Models include High-Definition functionality, common with the LCD technology used in the screens. Some manufacturers offer very high-end input and output options for entire-home A/V integration.
Is it a television, a PC monitor, or a mirror? Luxurite hopes you'll ask that question and that you'll like the answer: It's all three.
Luxurite has announced its glass TV technology. The company hopes to get glass TVs into every body's house eventually.
A glass TV is basically a two-way mirror with an LCD screen behind it. When the LCD is activated, you see the display. When it's turned off, you see your reflection. A special lamination developed by Luxurite makes all of this possible.
The LCDs will be wide-screen, with a 16:9 aspect ratio and a high 1280 by 768 resolution. Luxurite offers the glass/monitors in 15', 17', 19' 22' sizes. Other than standard sizes, the company also provide customized glass TV of bigger LCDs or glass mirror finishes. The mirrors themselves can be larger, with the image appearing as a window within an otherwise conventional mirror.
For the expensive hotels that the vendor targets as its first customers, Luxurite is emphasizing the glass TV's good looks. Decor is important, as is space, which makes a wall-mounted display a good choice over a conventional television. Needless to say, a mirror hanging on the wall looks better than an LCD, and is more versatile.
Now you'll be able to use your hotel room's glass TV to watch cable as well as to straighten your tie or powder your nose.
Eventually, of course, Luxurite hopes that the glass TV will enter more people's homes than pricey hotels, and brings people more luxury in their daily life.
That's all happening now. You can get Luxurite glass TVs in all our showrooms in UK. Customers outside UK can place orders from our country/regional retailers and distributors.