Consider Hidden Mirror TVs by Séura
Thursday, January 29, 2015
Bathrooms tend to be relatively small compared to other rooms in a house. While it would be nice to throw a big flat screen TV up on the wall by your jacuzzi, that huge black panel is less than ideal from a design standpoint. You want technology to work with your decor, not detract from it.
A company called Séura offers a variety of subtle vanishing TV mirrors. The idea is simple: build a TV into your mirror so that you avoid having to deal with incorporating a mirror and a TV into your bathroom’s layout.
When the television is turned on, the image the lights up and displays on the glass just as any ordinary TV would. However, when turned off, the picture fades and the glass functions as a regular mirror. If a person approached the mirror to look at themselves, they would never guess that they were staring straight at a television screen.
Don’t worry about the image quality being compromised because of the mirrored display. When powered on, the television still produces a crisp high-definition image. It will certainly provide an ideal viewing experience and could certainly impress a few friends along the way.
The Séura TV sets won’t overheat due to their passive cooling design that keeps them working glitch-free for ages. Normally a power supply generates the most heat so Séura figured out a way to locate that supply somewhere out of sight. Thanks to this innovative design, there is no need for noisy fans or additional ventilation.
The Séura Vanishing TVs come in a number of sizes. Our Systems Designers have installed many of these TVs over the years, click here to view an EDG project that used multiple Séura TVs. EDG can provide ideas and pricing for the custom mirrored TVs upon request.
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