Behind the scenes at LG Display's exclusive showroom
Look, when you wanna come to the show, not everyone's gonna be able to get in this room.
We're here at LG Display.
And don't get his confused with actually LG.
LG Display, separate from LG.
LG Display provides for a lot of manufacturers beyond just LG with their screens.
And I'm here with Lucy with LG Display.
And what we're gonna do here, is if you kinda just roughly look around with me, we're going to actually give you a tour of all Of their cool, really, TV display technologies and how they're using them in different ways.
So trust me, stick with this.
You're gonna see some really cool stuff.
And we will get to the rollable 65 inch, world's first display here We wanted to show you some of the cool things.
Lucy, we did see the wallpaper TV release last year and we're showing it here again.
Can you talk about at least how this display, how you;re presenting it here for us today?
So for today we have it as a gallery zone, so with the OLED
[UNKNOWN] design are able to show you replicate all of the great paintings perfectly.
You could see all the brush strokes as well.
So this means when the TV's off we can use it as interior vector to further upgrade our living space.
So if you're balling and you, instead of just having a TV that can be almost like a nice art piece in your home.
And I think, so also I'm not sure if you're gonna be able to, but if you find an angle, you can actually see just again how small.
There's a thin ribbon cable that's going from here into the wall, and you can showcase it because this is three panes of glass.
Again, you know, we sometimes get desensitized by how amazing this technology is.
Like the wallpaper TV was amazing last year.
It's still amazing, but then they have a rollable TV here to show us too.
Just an amazing stuff from LG Display.
We're going to keep on moving down this way and I kind of affectionately like to call this TV here the show the triple H. It's the 8K OLED 88 inch.
TV's display here from LGN.
Maybe, Lucy, if you can kind of talk a little about it as well as we show it off.
So 8K we have.
This is what's first 8K OLED.
For it's showing resolution 4 times higher 4K and for OLED since each individual pixel can't eliminate itself we're showing 33 million pixels that are admitting individually so we can show more fine and detailed information and pictures as well.
But you go up to it if you've obviously seen so much 4K but
Every little pixel and subtlety is shown here.
I even like the demo that you guys have of the girl's face.
I mean, you can see the peach fuzz on her face, right?
I feel really bad for the model now.
[LAUGH] You can't see the peach fuzz on here, but you have some great imagery here of horses here, but this is the 8K OLED
88 inch and you have it, right, resting on a piece of glass.
We talked about it earlier, I know nothing is official, but is this TV expected to be available sometime within the next year or so possibly?
Next one or two years.
Next one or two years.
Kind of amazing.
Kind of amazing.
Okay, let's kind of go over here.
We'll come back to this one cuz people are using it.
But we're gonna go check out here just more, kind of, different unique sizes And shapes of displays that were showing off here.
I like this one, I totally can see this at like, a retail spot, but this is what you guys call the 88 Stretch.
And, is it actually like two displays put together?
Or two size of displays put together?
No, it's just one single piece of glass, it's 88 inch.
But, it's the same size as having two 49 inch screens together.
So our customers don't need two 49-inch, you can just have one 88-inch.
And one great thing about this product, and we can fit an actual size of the model.
So they don't have to be squeezed in.
Yeah, like, for example, is this the TV or is this just me in the TV?
Can you tell?
I don't know, it fits the whole body, right?
Okay, and then we have this one over here.
This is our video wall with a narrow space of 0.6 limiter.
So we can minimize the gap between the panels so we can have just one big screen effect.
You also talked about the lighting on this, how you guys have really worked hard for the corners to get a more consistent image quality across the borad.
Can you talk about that a little bit?
It's just some of our mechanical changes.
[INAUDIBLE] information we cannot help, but yeah, so we were able to have the panel edge corners here.
The [INAUDIBLE] will be the same for all three or four panels put together, having a more immersive, one big screen.
Okay, this is awesome stuff.
Again, we are inside of LG display.
I'll tell you right now, this is not a place that you can just walk up and go into.
You have to have an appointment.
You kinda have to, I guess you kinda have to be a big deal to come here.
Is this right?
Are you saying that I'm a big deal?
I guess so.
That question fell flat.
We'll revisit that.
Okay, let's come back over here.
This is what we all came to see.
The world's first 65-inch rollable television.
Could you show us some of that magic with the remote here?
Sound effects, please?
[SOUND] Now this is really cool.
What a lot of people haven't seen here is how it can be used in three different modes.
You lift it initially for just weather and information.
Here's a 21 by 9 aspect ratio, so let's talk about maybe cinema mode to watch your movies.
And then, if you wanna Watch it full screen 16x9 for full TV viewing.
This has the ability to do this.
What also is really unique here if we get kind of like right here on the side.
Again, this is rollable display.
We won't be able to see the mechanics but we were told by LG display, let's say if you rolled this Display really tightly, how big would it really be?
And they said about a 50 millimeter radius, so here, let me try and visualize this while I hold the mic.
That's about this big, it's about almost as big as my head, that's how this screen rolls up into this box.
And you can also imagine Using AI, right?
We're talking at our television sets more and more, LG has shown that and other manufacturers.
Telling your television set, like, let's check out the weather, it goes up that high.
Let's check out a movie, it changes and adjusts on the fly.
And this is just a beautiful thing that we are gonna see the concept is here in living color.
It's only going to get better.
But just kind of one of the fascinating things that you come to see ES 2018, this is what you want to come out and see.
So, we're also going to also move down over here.
Check out our crystal sound olet.
And Lucy, if you could kind of talk about this one as well.>>So, for this one we have something called Exciter.
So, we have our panel acting as a diaphram to turn our olet panel into a speaker itself.
So, if we [INAUDIBLE] the sound
So this is actually the screen itself is vibrating to produce this sound, correct?
Yes, that is correct.
So the image and the sound is synchronized providing much more immersive cinema- like video experience.
So [INAUDIBLE] if you stand here you like feel the sound
Yeah, feel it baby.
I hope people at home can feel that, cuz I can feel it.
So, we get a lot of very cool technologies here at LG Display, we're gonna check out one more, back over here, because there's a lot of action going on in this room.
This is kind of really cool for a future point of civil displays, retail experiences.
And this is their in-TOUCH 86 inch Ultra HD display.
Can you talk a little bit about this, and, you know, what is the advantage for how this would be used?
For our in-TOUCH, we have the touch sensors all imbedded in our display.
So it means, more accurate touch, and high picture quality, which is there won't be any touch patterns visible.
So for this it would be great for our interactive whiteboard or for product search in the retail shops.
So they showed me this demo.
I'm going to try and do my best to recreate this, but here we have a model here.
We have a variety of different colors that we can select here.
And we also have the different aspects of maybe you want to do a little makeup Looking good, and we can actually click on these different areas, right?
So for example let's start off with lipstick.
Lipstick is selected, I'm gonna roll down over here.
I wanna kinda bring that funk.
Let's go with some little Pantone 240C, and I can just write right on her lips.
You like that?
Hm, hm, you like that?
Okay, let's go check out maybe some powder blush I'm gonna try and mix this up a little bit.
We want some contrast colors.
We want to bring out her little cheeky cheeks right here.
And again right, we're interacting with this, we're touching the display, this is all happening in real time.
And there you go, this, I don't know, I mean she looks good, right?
Okay so let's hit this, we're gonna hit buy now right?
And once we hit Buy there's a complimentary display over here.
This is InTouch signage, that has the layout of what we selected, what we can buy here on display.
This is an in store experience.
And if we just here hit this Buy Now it tells me to confirm the purchase for that powder blush.
And I'm just gonna sign.
This is gonna be a valuable screen right here.
So what I also was told is that this larger in touch display has a higher sensitivity level because there's more interactivity, more details, how we were filling in all her lips and her cheeks.
Whereas here, still an interactive touch display, maybe doesn't have to be as sensitive just because we're doing really more of a final purchase point.
Well you know again, Lucy, thank you so much for all this.
This was great.
She's like the pro here in the house, and The just amazing stuff that you can find, only here with CNET at CES 2018, at the LG display booth.
We're gonna be spending more time, make sure to watch and follow up with our first looks, our in-depth articles about everything you saw here.
We're gonna keep on bringing you more, so we'll take a break and we'll back to the stage.
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