Check out LG's amazing wave display at its CES booth
We're here at the LG booth at CES 2020 and we're talking big, bold and showstopper.
This is incredible, you're getting a sneak peek right inside before the crowds come in on Tuesday morning.
And let's take a look around because LG has always had one of those showstopper Is to greet people as they come into the central hall here at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
In previous years, we've had an OLED tunnel, we've had an OLED waterfall.
But this year, this is something else.
This is called the OLED wave.
200 OLED screens curved and flat wrapping around.
I'm just gonna stop talking and let you experience this.
You're seeing this firsthand live here on CNET, the OLED Wave from LG
So this goes through a couple of different sequences.
There are the planets.
I've also seen a jungle in a forest scene and the ocean.
The ocean is absolutely spectacular, but it's on a rolling loop.
So what we're seeing right now is going to change the It's got about a couple of minutes that it goes through.
Take a look at this one though the screens it curved around so much.
It's such an incredible experience.
I hope that you can feel what it's like the scale of it on camera because this is really something else.
[SOUND] And of course it's like really dramatic music as well and the sound is just coming from all angles.
It's absolutely incredible.
This is what's going to bring people.
The roaring waves.
Just take a look up here just before we head out.
My goodness, look at this one.
And the waves.
And under water.
This is amazing this one.
I'm sorry, I have to To show you this one [SOUND]
It's so big.
Me for scale.
I'm six feet tall.
This is how big this thing is
Okay, you've experienced the wave.
Now I'm gonna show you something else from LG.
This one is called the fountain.
Ooh, that was an experience.
I need some time to calm down.
[UNKNOWN] that was intense but LG is known for rollable TVs for the past two years.
2018, 2019, we've seen rollable concepts but now this is the LG fountain, the [UNKNOWN] fountain with rose coming from the bottom and the top of the rollable TV, the LED R.
Now, this TV was actually, just recently We found how much one of these cost, 60,000 US dollars.
But the price may change and availability is gonna be later in the year.
But this is quite a really cool experience watching the TVs come up and down to meet each other like this.
The TVs, as well, have the integrated Dolby sound Underneath in the paneling, and so you can also listen to it without needing the screen up.
You can just keep it roll down and use it as a regular speaker.
But it's they're pretty, you're going to want to have to keep it rolled up all the time like this it's a pretty cool effect to because they have this like Circles.
I think it's, it's water.
It's actually water, I touched it.
It's actually water and it prints so sleek.
It's so sleek, you can see the reflections.
Yeah, things I do on camera.
I touched the water.
I don't know where that's been, but hopefully it's clean.
Okay, so also with LG you know that OLEDs Big screen TVs and of course 8K is huge and take a look at some of the selections of 8k TVs that we're seeing here in a lot of different sizes.
This way cell so these ones are the LG ones they are OLED 8K, 77, 88 inches, a 75 as well.
So obviously with 8K You know not really that much content to be honest.
I'm sorry these will all upscale sorry.
Already it's going to be potentially as good as an 8 K.
resolution if you if you are selling for 4 K. since even 1080 I've been looking at them for a little bit and do look pretty beautiful but you know that's just content that's being made.
For the television, how to look at the scale of this group here at LG here at CES 2020.
Getting a first look inside before the crowds come in on Tuesday.
We have the fountain of televisions that we just saw.
We have some more concepts here and either ways in which.
The TVs can coexist in your house obviously with some artwork on them like sword.
But this is something very interesting that smack bang in the middle of the LG booth.
Now, this is a connected car concept.
You probably think, okay, when you think web iOS, you're like TVs, well, actually, this is a car that's running Web OS.
And inside, you'll see it's the lap of luxury with them soft felt fabrics.
We can also see couple of different surfaces.
Also, have a look at this curved screen that's going up and down to give you Piece of information about your journey, but the whole idea is you can actually keep watching something in your car that you'd started watching at home.
Say you have a really big football match that you can not bear to be away from, but you have to go somewhere.
So you can get in the car and you can keep watching it.
Also there's something really cool.
I wanna show you this like a refrigerator And clothing area in this car.
Sorry, I'm gonna just sneak in.
Refrigerator down here and swing around 180 degrees.
Take a look at this.
This is where you put your clothing.
When you want to change in your self driving, connected pod, just change it to something more comfortable.
Get ready for a business meeting.
There are a lot of different settings as well.
There's also gesture and voice control.
Up here you can say things like obviously LG You can check things like the highlights, like it's coming up right here on the screen.
So that is the connected car from LG.
There are so many more things I haven't even scratched the surface is what's here at the LG green.
So much what is sure is that I believe we can come back and revisit it but that's all live from CNET.
2020 right now but stay tuned is plenty will coming up right after this.
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