LG On-line IFA 2020 Virtual Pavilion supports a browser 3D interactive experience.

Although this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (IFA 2020) in Berlin has not been cancelled, the format has also been changed from offline to online. Due to venue restrictions, businesses and visitors to IFA have been limited in the past. But at a time when the world is changing as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, LG has decided to seize this unique opportunity in the Internet age to reshape the IFA 2020 exhibiting experience through a web browser.

LG On-line IFA 2020 Virtual Pavilion supports a browser 3D interactive experience.

(From: LG)

Media reported that LG wanted to faithfully recreate Berlin’s Pavilion 18, even taking into account the local weather and time. Users will be able to learn about new products, from home appliances to game displays, with mouse clicks and 3D interactions.

LG On-line IFA 2020 Virtual Pavilion supports a browser 3D interactive experience.

Of course, an OLED flexible screen TV wall installed on site,such as the one set up on CES 2020, is far more shocking than a mere online virtual pavilion. It is not clear whether manufacturers will turn more to online virtual exhibitions in the future.

LG On-line IFA 2020 Virtual Pavilion supports a browser 3D interactive experience.

LG On-line IFA 2020 Virtual Pavilion supports a browser 3D interactive experience.

LG On-line IFA 2020 Virtual Pavilion supports a browser 3D interactive experience.

LG On-line IFA 2020 Virtual Pavilion supports a browser 3D interactive experience.