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Attendees take video of a display featuring "Quantum Dot" SUHD televisions at the Samsung Electronics booth during the 2016 CES trade show in Las Vegas, Nevada January 7, 2016. Reuters/Steve Marcus

The world’s largest Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Lag Vegas has been in talks ever since the event kicked off on Jan. 6. Several tech companies displayed their products at the show, including LG showing off an incredible concept organic light emitting diode (OLED) display that can be rolled up like a paper. Samsung also introduced its new Modular display TV at the event.

At the “future TV zone” at the CES, Samsung brought its innovative Modular display technology to consumer’s notice. The South Korean company demonstrated how the modular technology comprises of several smaller moving screens that help to sync videos seamlessly. The smaller screens are joined together to form a larger 170-inch display screen, reports iDigitalTimes.

CNET reports that each of the modular displays boasts of altering ratios between 16:9 and 21:9 as each of the screens separates and starts rotating. The altering screen ratios are capable of eliminating the annoying horizontal black bars that are often visible on the screens when watching a movie.

Hyun Suk Kim, president of Samsung visual display business said, “We believe the possibilities for innovation in TV are truly endless, and in the years to come, customers will experience ever greater choice and control, as the current barriers around screen size, shape and versatility are overcome.”

As of now, Samsung’s modular technology is still a concept and it should take some time for the company to sell the concept TV in the market. Apart from this, the South Korean company also launched a new line of SUHD 4K TVs at the show.

Samsung also introduced the Samsung Family Hub fridge at the event that has a giant touchscreen embedded in one of its doors. You can use the Samsung fridge’s SmartThings app in your smartphone so as to control the thermostat and lights of the fridge from your device. There are cameras inside the fridge that capture images of groceries present inside your fridge and send the same to your device via the app so that you can know what more you need to buy from the market.