Samsung recently unveiled its SW9 Ultra-HD TV at the 2015 CES global consumer electronics and technology trade show in Las Vegas. Designed in collaboration with Yves Behar, the curved 82-inch TV utilizes eco-friendly nano-crystal technology which has yielded advancements in contrast, brightness, color reproduction and detailing. To be exact: 64 times more color expression, 2.5 times more brightness, and twice the color adjustments points in comparison to conventional TVs. The ultra-wide 21:9 curved screen gives the user a display experience similar to a movie theater, and rests atop of a cube base. In an effort to decrease its dependence on Android and Google, all of Samsungs’s upcoming TVs will be powered by Tizen – an open source standards-based platform – that aims to integrate mobile devices, wearable tech and even in-vehicle infotainment for an all-round simplified entertainment experience.