Based on a premise by science fiction author René Barjavel and directed by J.K. Raymond-Millet, this eerily prescient French film from 1947 entitled ‘La télévision, œil de demain’ pretty much nails a vision of smartphones (and the risks of walking and driving while engrossed in them) while describing the evolution of TV into pocket sized devices.
Behold: the all-dominating C Seed 262 – the largest 4K widescreen TV on the planet.
A screen diagonal of 262 inches (nearly 22 feet) or 6,65 meters; ten integrated high-end speakers for 9.1 cinema surround; an integrated 4k media server and a custom fabric cover (disguising the ultra black screen as a huge painting when not in use) that folds back with a touch of the remote to reveal the enormous ultra high definition LED gogglebox.
Yours for a trifling €477,000.
Actors playing rich folk at the Palais Schoenburg in Vienna demonstrate the 201-inch retractable tower of awesome that is the Porsche Design Studio C SEED 201.
Rotatable through 270 degrees, height adjustable up to 4.6 meters (15 ft.), High Fidelity 3-way outdoor audio system including 15 speakers and underground storage.