Published: Wed, January 10, 2018
Sci-tech | By Carrie Guzman

[CES 2018] LG OLED Canyon 'Open Frame' Commercial Displays

[CES 2018] LG OLED Canyon 'Open Frame' Commercial Displays

The former is touted to express rich colours on an IPS panel using nanoscale high-colour reproduction particles, while the latter increases the transmittance and reduces the intensity of light reflected on the panel to produce more vivid results. What actually we have meant here is that this is the television of our futurity, likewise, CES played host to HD screens and 4K displays before they went on to the market actually. LG too has set up a new benchmark first by announcing the world's first 88-inch 8K OLED TV and now by introducing a 65-inch "rollable" TV.

9, 2018 ― A unique, immersive installation that leverages flexible, eye-popping commercial display technology from LG Electronics (LG), is wowing attendees at CES 2018 here this week.

This gives it the freedom to roll up and be stored away.

LG previously unveiled an 18-inch display that can be rolled-up in the same way. LG is also showing off an 88-inch OLED 8K television set, because even though you might be fine with your 1080p set, television manufacturers want you to cram as many pixels into your eyeballs as possible.

The paper-thin product was announced by the Korean giant ahead of the CES technology show in 2016, with claims the technology could one day be used on smartphones or in-car screens that curve around a vehicle's interior.

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LG is turning to AI (artificial intelligence) to make its entire portfolio of connected devices smarter.

LG's AI OLED TVs will have Google Assistant so users can control them with voice commands.

Ahead of the announcement, LG revealed a working roll-up TV that is also transparent when not in use.

There will be five models in the series, ranging from 55-77 inches.

The TV is "a milestone for the 8K era and underscores the exciting potential of OLED", In-Byung Kang, the LG Display chief technical officer said in a recital.

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