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TV never looked so good

Today, Sky unveiled Glass, the new streaming TV with Sky inside. Providing the total integration of hardware, software and content, Glass is also the world's first carbon-neutral TV. Following a two year design process with Sky's in-house design team, Map's contribution was highlighted at a launch event in London with speakers including Sky CEO Dana Strong and Executive VP & UK /Europe CEO Steven van Rooyen.

Map collaborated with the Sky team to envision the hardware offering and experience of Sky Glass. The teams created not only a new product proposition, but also an entirely new way to experience Sky - removing the need for a satellite dish and set-top box. By taking this step, Sky will operate across the whole value chain, from content production, through to connectivity and aggregation, all coming together on the Sky Glass screen.

Sky Glass provides a great platform to deliver its original broadcasting content on, as well as creating an immersive home cinema experience straight out of the box. The unrivalled hallmarks range from integrated speakers in optimal positions to deliver edge to edge Dolby Atmos sound, to combining content from multiple apps on an easy-to-navigate homepage.