Surfaces: A New Way Of Looking At TV (2012)

By Simon Parnall, Kevin Murray and James Walker, NDS

The rapid evolution of home display technology offers the potential for an evermore realistic and immersive experience of media and, within a few years, we will see large and yet also unobtrusive "lifestyle" surfaces that could cover a whole wall. In the face of such capability the obvious question is “How might the television experience evolve?” and our vision is of a better, more integrated system that provides viewers with both a collective and personal experience and which adapts to a range of sources, including metadata, from both outside and inside the home.

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