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Let’s be honest, our chances of having hoverboards and flying cars by 2015 (like we were promised by the Doc and Marty McFly…) aren’t great at this point. But while we haven’t quite advanced to a “Jetsons” lifestyle yet, there has been some headway in home technology. Several designers are making a push for transparent appliances that make small spaces look larger and add a cool, futuristic look to a room, much like the “ghost” furniture Briana Mowry blogged about around this time last year.

It makes us wonder if the transparent iPad will ever make its debut. A design for a virtually invisible tablet was revealed by digital artist Ricardo Afonso nearly a year ago, but Apple hasn’t officially said yea or nay. As long as none of the gadgets look like the gaudy see-through phone I had on my nightstand for most of the 90s, I’m a fan.

What do you think? Would you pay up for transparent tech?

8 Responses

  1. Kayla@HGTV says:

    Hi Jennifer! Welcome to D-Happ! I'm not ghost furniture person, as I voiced in our Defend the Trend a while back. But, I will say, I love the transparent TV because I find TVs to be SO incredibly bulky and noisy in a room. My studio is small enough as it is, and no, I don't need a 50-inch TV, but I happen to have one and it looks MASSIVE in there. It'd be nice to remove some of the mass.

    • JenHGTV says:

      Thanks Kayla! I love the minimalistic look of the transparent TV too, but I really want to get my hands on one of those see-through toasters. No more burned bread? I’ll take it!

  2. Jesi says:

    Oh yes, how cool. Now you see them, now you don't, or maybe just a little bit.

  3. Stephanie @ Two Zero One says:

    I wouldn't for any of these items.

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  5. Patsy says:

    I really love the tv.

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