DynaScan's DS0716 cylinder TV spins a perfect picture
DynaScan's DS0716 is undoubtedly the most bizarre television I've ever seen. Captured on film by the DVICE crew at Rockefeller Center, the DS0716 is a cylindrical set with spinning LED technology. Inside the outer display (2 millimeters between pixels) is a spinning drum with RGB LEDs, controlled by some sort of proprietary system as its spins to an accuracy of 1/100th of a degree. The DS0716 is a rental unit that is customizable. If you don't want the spinning display, you can opt for a static image or split it into a checkerboard display and increase the rotation speed. Sounds like it'd be great for parties--but only if you have cash to burn. Depending on what you want the DS0716 to do, it costs from $4000 to $14000 per week to rent--technician included.