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This is a main-controller and the smaller mini-controller with basic functions.
TV Design - Modern puristic Design-Study
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SmartTV - Product Design

This product design was created in Autodesk Alias and rendered in Keyshot and Cinema4D.

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Comments (15)
  • maybe;-)...no...the cable is "hidden"...

    9 years ago

  • Hi Lanre....thanx for your comment. This is a technology which is also used for some new smartphone-studies. The screen is just translucent if the TV is off. So it looks some kind of "light".

    9 years ago

  • thank you guys:-)

    9 years ago

  • it looked like it wasn't 'hangable' at first, but this feature gives it edge. but do the speakers always have to be beside the tv monitor?

    9 years ago

  • good show. smack!

    9 years ago

  • thanx arun. It was rendered with Cinema4D

    10 years ago

  • Technology doesn't need more. I buy !

    9 years ago

  • me too

    9 years ago

  • will be nice to have it on the table

    9 years ago

  • I like how you show your works, how do you make this illustrations? Do you use a 3d software or digital sketching?

    9 years ago

  • Hi Giuseppe. First, thanx for your comment. It´s a mix of Cinema4D and some digital painting in Photoshop.

    9 years ago

  • Neat! simple and clean. cool!

    9 years ago

  • Thanx Daniele. That was exactly my aim.

    9 years ago

  • not on a table, a custom made stand not more than 1 foot tall. is it battery powered? really cool.

    9 years ago

  • is the transparent display fibre glass? i'm imagining how a see-through tv is. brilliant.

    9 years ago

  • good show. smack!

    9 years ago

  • it looked like it wasn't 'hangable' at first, but this feature gives it edge. but do the speakers always have to be beside the tv monitor?

    9 years ago

  • thank you guys:-)

    9 years ago

  • Hi Lanre....thanx for your comment. This is a technology which is also used for some new smartphone-studies. The screen is just translucent if the TV is off. So it looks some kind of "light".

    9 years ago

  • maybe;-)...no...the cable is "hidden"...

    9 years ago

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