The television you can hang on your wall will appear



Gregory Benford : science fiction author and astrophysicist
General Electric scientists predict your TV-picture screen in 1964 may be so thin that it can be hung like a painting on the wall or mounted like a vanity mirror in a table model.
Today’s LCDs hang on walls around the country, but in 1964, the first plasma displays were just beginning to be developed, and still encased in unwieldy boxes


GREGORY BENFORD, Popular Mechanics, (2012), "The Future That Never Was: Pictures from the Past', [online], Available: http://www.popularmechanics.com/technology/engineering/future-that-never-was-next-gen-tech-concepts?click=main_sr#slide-1


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