Although CES 2021 will be fully virtualized this year, this does not prevent LG from becoming a redundant product in its OLED demonstration.This year, the company has not established one, not two, but Three gorgeous presentations Its 55-inch transparent OLED display.
Of the three, the most timely demonstration was the elaborate sushi bar setting. The display doubled, becoming a non-contact physical barrier between the chef and the guest, as well as a way to scroll through menus or watch videos. At the same time, this does not completely obscure your opinion of chefs cooking-this is the coolest thing about eating at a sushi bar. Considering the impact of the pandemic on indoor dining, it is appropriate.
The company also plans to demonstrate how to use the display in subway cars. More specifically, use transparent display screens instead of train windows so that riders can view information such as subway maps, weather and news, while also enjoying sights. This is a cool concept, although it may be more suitable for scenic areas than the run-down subway tunnels of New York City. LG showed something similar In Beijing and Shenzhen Earlier this year.
LG is also creating a “smart bed”, with its transparent OLED built into a frame that can be placed at the foot of the bed. The idea is that you can press a button and then a display box will pop up to “display information or TV content in various screen ratios.”This did not quite It is as meaningful as a sushi bar or subway facility, but its target audience is people who want to watch TV or a movie in bed while being able to see the rest of the bedroom. Although the frame is technically portable, so in theory you can transplant it to other rooms, in which case transparency may be more useful. (still is Xiaomi’s transparent TVLG is also embedding something called Cinematic Sound OLED (CSO) into the frame itself to eliminate the need for external speakers.
LG is not shy to show its cutting-edge display technology, and we have I have seen its transparent OLED before. This time LG is more like trying to provide reasons for how transparent OLED can enter daily life.The thing about transparent displays is that although you want them to look like Minority report, Things such as ambient light may make the image look washed out. However, LG claims that its transparent OLED does not require a backlight and provides 40% transparency, which is higher than the 10% transparency of current transparent LCDs LG said.This is a cool technology, although it also Ridiculous price in $18,750 on LG website. In any case, LG is at least not the $87,000 you need to pay Its 65-inch rollable OLED TV.
It is a pity that we did not have the opportunity to watch these demos in person. LG’s CES display has in history Yes Quite remarkable. The good news is that everyone, including the general public, will be able to watch these demos starting on January 11.