In the future, everybody has wallpaper that doubles as TVs, offering gigantic expanses of real estate to project overpoweringly large images of whatever floats your boat, like calming ocean scenes. NDS, a DVR security company, has created this proof-of-concept display system which will turn your walls into TVs for only $30,000.
Trust me, all of your neighbors have already figured out that the password to your Wi-Fi network is the name of your cat, and they're busy pirating movies and software and when the MPAA breaks down the door you're the one who's going to a labor camp in Siberia. Don't let this happen to you, install wallpaper that keeps your Wi-Fi contained.
In these economic times, cake shops can't afford to give out free samples of their baked goods. Absolutely not! The next best thing is to brainwash elevator riders into craving your cakes is with wallpaper that can be licked. Gross? Definitely. Desperate times call for crazy tricks.
Structural collapse is the number one hazard during a big earthquake, so scientists at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology in Germany have developed an enormously strong wallpaper and adhesive that they claim can hold things together through all the shaking.
Wallpaper just got a makeover from chic to geek with a shiny computer chip pattern augmented with tiny LED accents.
Why pay for fancy air filters when you can simply put up wallpaper that'll do it for you? If your hesitation is that such a wallpaper doesn't exist, well, it does now.
LEDs are making a big splash in the lighting world, but in most applications they are simply being used to replace old-fashioned light bulbs. A British company wants to reinvent the entire way we think of lighting rooms, by creating wallpaper with tiny LEDs embedded directly into the surface.
What if you could simply run your hand across the wall to turn on embedded lighting or music? That's the thinking behind the Living Wall, an interactive wallpaper designed by a group called High-Low Tech.
We were hoping OLED wallpaper was on its way, but didn't realize it was going to be as soon as 2012. In just two years, gorgeous wallpaper like this will start to replace light bulbs. Don't like this design? OLED...
Kevlar can pop up in the oddest of places, y'all. But we think we can trump it with this: Kevlar wallpaper. It goes by the name of X-Flex and it's the fruit of a partnership between Berry Plastics and the...