Nothing screams future technology like transparent OLED screens, and LG Display has just revealed its latest theories and prototypes for CES 2022, The Verge reported. All the concepts were created by LG Display( an independent sister busines to LG Electronics) from 55 -inch 1080 p OLED boards with 40 percent transparency expending its 8th-generation producing process.
The most visually arresting framework is the OLED Shelf that’s built from two 55 -inch transparent OLED exposes prepared one above the other and topped by a rack. The plan is that you could display artwork on one screen and a description of the artwork below, for example. It also has a sheet of opaque fabric that can roll down like a canopy to spawn the exhibition more like a standard , non-transparent OLED. At the same time, if the screens are turn out and the opaque material rolled up, you’d be able to see objects behind the screen like actual paintings.
The other presentations are designed more for signage and business patients. The Shopping Managing Showcase can be placed in front of physical commodities, adding graphics or effects like VFX smoke to enhance them. The Show Window, meanwhile, can expose decal-like graphics in front of draping or other products to make a showcase more attractive. LG Display said that versions of the latter are already being used at a pattern accumulate in Seoul and even at the Smithsonian in Washington, DC.
LG Display already showed off a variety of veered parades, including a incessant screen that wraps around a stationary bike and a arched Media Chair concept. The new translucent flaunts are exclusively concepts and prototypes, but it told The Verge that it could help customers develop them into commodities and that the OLED Shelf is ready for production.
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