LG CES 2020 showcases a range of new OLED products, including aircraft cabin bending OLED display

With the CES2020 just around the corner, LG Display is showcasing new OLED screens for airplanes, cars, hotels and living rooms, including an impressive rolling TV hidden from the ceiling and pulling down like a projector screen. Back in 2018, LG Display has unveiled an ultra-thin OLED display that can be removed from the box and delivered to give viewers a 4K visual effect of 65 diagonal inches. Then hide in its base unit when not in use. It can also be partially expanded to display notifications, alerts, and calendar or weather updates.

The latest iteration of the product will be hidden from the ceiling and pulled down as the family gathers to watch their favorite shows, and then rolled up between uses. Unfortunately, LG Display hasn’t shared any images of the product yet. In addition, a video wall of a 55-inch OLED display will be displayed at the company’s CES booth, which is tucked into the window side of the plane’s interior. The idea is to give passengers the feeling of getting more space in the cabin.

First-class passengers can also enjoy a more immersive in-flight movie experience by bending the Ultra HD OLED screen, and flight information is available on the transparent OLED channel partition, which lg will display in Las Vegas next week. LG will also present a dashboard of four plastic OLED displays at CES, consisting of four plastic OLED displays (a 14-inch instrument panel, a 12.3-inch information display, and a 12.3-inch “co-pilot display”) and a 12.8-inch center panel), they all cover the same piece of protective glass.

LG’s 88-inch 8K OLED display, which features an 11.2-channel sound system, will also be unveiled at the CES 2020. CES 2020 will be open to the public on 7 January.

LG CES 2020 showcases a range of new OLED products, including aircraft cabin bending OLED display

LG CES 2020 showcases a range of new OLED products, including aircraft cabin bending OLED display

LG CES 2020 showcases a range of new OLED products, including aircraft cabin bending OLED display

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