Funeral homes looking to set themselves apart will be able to order the Phantom Hearse, but they’ll have to sell a few platinum-encrusted coffins to be able to afford it. Biemme hasn’t put a final sticker price on this model, but has said it will cost more than half-a-million Euros. (Roughly $662,000).
LG Display, a leading manufacturer of thin-film transistor liquid crystal display, announced today that it has started mass production of the world’s first plastic electronic paper display (EPD) for use in E-Books. The 6″ XGA (1024×768), e-ink, plastic EPD is expected to revolutionize the E-Book market with its advancements in functionality and design.
“With the world’s first plastic EPD, LG Display has once again proven its reputation for leadership and innovation with a product we believe will help greatly popularize the E-Book market,” said Mr. Sang Duck Yeo, Head of Operations for LG Display’s Mobile/OLED division. “Based on our success in mass-producing plastic EPD, we are excited as we look toward applying concepts from this experience to future developments like plastic OLED and flexible displays.”
Expect the, “Foamposite Pro Low,” to drop later this year.
The danger of putting certain fantasies into practice is that they usually fail to live up to expectations. But, we promise, this aerial shot (above) of a floating movie-theater oasis set off the island of Yao Noi in the Andaman Sea is not the work magical thinking or Photoshop. In fact it was the grand finale of a brand-new Thai film festival called Film on the Rocks Yao Noi, which brought artists, actors, designers, writers, and observers by the boatload to the Six Senses Yao Noi Resort for four days of outdoor film screenings, improvisatory art installations and collaborations, insanely scenic dinners, and a few informal talks on whether these very fortunate guests were invaders or island refugees.
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