LG imagines a bed with a hidden transparent OLED TV

LG imagines a bed with a hidden transparent OLED TV

Communication a company LG Display plans to reimagine the future of screens at CES 2021 with a new transparent TV The 55-inch OLED lets you see through it even when it’s on and displays an image.

LG Display says: Transparent TV achieves 40 percent transparency, an improvement over previous transparent LCD screens, which the company claims has only achieved 10 percent transparency.

And LG Display envisions transparent TV in bed, where it can be raised partially or completely to display information or videos while preserving the view of the other side of the screen.

The panel as designed now contains built-in speakers, although the audio features that support it are not clear.

The company stated that its Sound Solution technology is included in the frame. And LG Display says: It can also move the transparent OLED array around the house if you want to place it elsewhere.

The company sees this as both a smart home device and a device that could one day be used in public places, such as in restaurants and on public transport.

Jong-sun Park, senior vice president of LG Display and head of business, said in a statement: Transparent OLED is a technology that increases the advantages of OLED and can be used in various places in our daily life, from stores, malls and architectural interiors to vehicles. Autonomous, underground and aircraft.

Recall that this is not the first transparent screen that appears for the first time at CES, as Samsung showed transparent OLED screens before, and Panasonic showed a prototype of the transparent screen in 2016.

Also, this screen is not LG’s first transparent OLED screen, as the company announced last month that it had begun developing transparent OLED sliding doors for office buildings and commercial spaces.

LG also invented a 77-inch transparent curved OLED screen in 2017, which it imagined could be used for signs or advertisements.

The transparent TV is just one of many prototypes of LG’s screens, some of which have become real products you can buy.

There is no indication at the moment that LG’s new transparent OLED TV will be a true product at some point in the future.

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