LG presented this August 10 in South Korea, the ‘OLED EX 97-inch LG Display. According to the Asian brand, the panel of OLED-TV largest ever made. This gigantic display not only delivers realistic colours, fine details and the perfect black, it also improves brightness by up to 30 percent with its deuterium and custom algorithm-based ‘EX Technology’.
The EX screen features the company’s special ‘Film CSO (Cinematic Sound OLED)’ technology, which allows the screen to vibrate and generate sound directly from the screen without separate speakers. A 5.1-channel sound system is built into the widescreen display, creating a performance that offers a cinematic level of immersion.
In addition, the 42-inch and 48-inch OLEDs for gaming join LG Display’s powerful lineup of small-medium to extra-large OLED products.
On the other hand, the ‘Transparent OLED Town’ highlights LG Display’s new transparent OLED solutions for various locations, including workspaces and stores, by providing novel experiences guaranteed to fascinate attendees.
- Transparent Media Art Wall uses sixteen transparent OLED screens arranged and attached in a mosaic-like manner to the wall to display diverse content such as digital artwork or commercial videos. Its clear appearance allows it to harmonize with different interiors while its ability to generate less heat than LEDs makes it ideal to be placed against a wall.
- Transparent Showcasewhich combines a transparent OLED screen and a high-end wooden stand, can simultaneously display products and related information or images to maximize the impact of the advertisement.
- Transparent Wall Skin It is a transparent modular panel equipped with OLED that is easily adhered to the wall. Due to its simple installation process, the special OLED panel can be easily connected and separated to be used in offices, hotels, healthcare and homes.
The transparent OLED solution for conference rooms, also known as E-Crystal, is a glass wall equipped with transparent OLED panels that works like a TV or monitor. It increases space utilization by freeing up space that would be taken up by separate screens, while its glass-like transparency when not in use makes the room feel much more open.