LG Display to Introduce Latest Displays for Airplanes, Automobiles and More at CES 2020
LG Display will introduce its latest displays and technologies at CES 2020 in Las Vegas from January 7 to 10.
Under the slogan of “Your Lifestyle with LG Display,” the company will introduce how advanced display products can be applied to people’s everyday lives in various settings such as in airplanes, automobiles, homes, hotels, offices, and commercial spaces.
LG Display will upgrade the in-flight experiences for passengers with its OLED displays. The company will showcase OLED video walls, made of a series of 55-inch OLED displays installed on the wall of a plane, enabling people to feel more openness in the narrow space of a cabin.
In addition, LG Display will present various OLED display products designed for the passengers that travel at the First-Class. Its 65-inch Ultra HD (UHD) Bendable OLED display, which can bend at both ends, will enable passengers to enjoy more on-screen images by adjusting the curvature of the display according to their preferences, especially when playing games or watching movies.
The company will also unveil a 55-inch Full HD (FHD) Transparent OLED display with 40 percent transparency for use as a partition in the cabin. This screen can show videos and information, and if the passengers prefer privacy, they can turn the visor feature off. The company’s 13.3-inch Plastic OLED (POLED) tablet will additionally be placed in the cabin.
LG Display will introduce the latest Cinematic Sound OLED displays with the sound system embedded into the display to generate sound directly from it. On show will be a 77-inch UHD Film Cinematic Sound & Wallpaper OLED display to be hung like wallpaper with the company’s newly unveiled sound system made of films, which makes the display wafer-thin. The company will also showcase an 88-inch 8K Cinematic Sound OLED display with a 11.2 channel sound system.
The company will also unveil a 65-inch UHD Roll-Down OLED display. It is stored in the ceiling and can be pulled down when desired and rolled up when not in use. In addition, LG Display will add another size of OLED TV display to its lineup of 55-inch, 65-inch, 77-inch, and 88-inch OLED TV displays, expanding consumer options by unveiling a 48-inch OLED TV display for the first time in the world.
LG Display will showcase its Plastic OLED displays for automobiles. On display will be a super-size dashboard with four POLED automotive displays, including the company’s 14-inch Cluster, 12.3-inch Center Information Display (CID), 12.3-inch Co-Driver Display (CDD), and 12.8-inch Control Pad Display (Center Fascia), combined together in a single cover glass that makes for a refined overall design.
In addition, the company will introduce a multi-layered cluster with a 12.3-inch POLED display positioned right behind a 12.3-inch Transparent OLED display to show dynamic information. Its 12.8-inch Rollable OLED display will be conceptually showcased on the back of the driver’s seat for entertainment, though it can also be installed anywhere else in the car.
LG Display's displays with in-TOUCH technology can be used in various settings such as at schools, offices, commercial spaces, and museums. For example, the company’s 55-inch Transparent OLED display with 40 percent transparency will serve as a digital showcase, adding a sense of openness to commercial spaces, providing information easily with a touch, and attracting the attention of consumers.
The company will also demonstrate an 86-inch LCD display with its in-TOUCH technology embedded inside the display, which will enable greater touch precision, clearer picture quality, and slimmer design. In addition, this new display can be used as an electronic whiteboard by allowing four active pens to work on it simultaneously.