This time it's a high tech screen from a 42-inch plasma TV. Plasma TV sets are a few centimetres thick, display very bright and sharp images and are quickly replacing bulky old style TVs.
The biggest plasma TV set in the world was a whopping 103-inch model - blimey - that's taller than me!
Let's get cutting.
The first plasma screen was invented at the University of Illinois in 1964. It displayed very clear pictures but with just the colour blue. It took another 35 years for full colour sets to be developed.
So what's inside? Well this is the plasma layer. It's made up of over a million cells containing Neon and Xenon gases sandwiched between two layers of glass.
When electricity excites the gases in the plasma layer atoms release energy creating coloured light which forms the TV picture.