Check out the transparent TVs and 8K speaker screens at LG Display at CES
Tv & Audio
David Katzmaier at CES 2019.
I'm here in LG Display's private booth, taking a look at some of the coolest new TV tech, not quite to market yet, but.
This is a transparent OLED display, think of this as the kind of thing you'd see at a store or really high end merchant.
You can actually see through the panels themselves, so you get this doubling effect.
You can reach behind here and see.
It's crazy how transparent it looks, they've improved the technology to make it even more realistic, make it see-through a little better, and also make it a little more punchy when you're looking at the colors Another example of a use case is we got OLED displays in front of an actual closet, so when they turn off the displays, you can see right through to see the clothes behind it.
LGD also does a whole bunch with 8k.
This year they're showing the first time 65 inch 8k in LCD and OLED technologies.
Again, to get 8k resolution, you get those pixels really small.
It's a real engineering challenge.
Another new display tech is an 88-inch 8K OLED that has their new Crystal Sound technology.
This is where the sounds comes out of the TV screen itself.
They somehow figured out a way to make the sound even more precise and move up and down on the screen to track what the on-screen object shows.
There's also a new black frame Insertion technology for OLED to make the response time even more and to clean up motion to make it look even more realistic.
Finally we have something called the rose, which is basically an OLED sculpture.
The displays here are curved to create this really cool effect, especially when the motion is on and of course they put flowers on in the background to make it look even more impressive.
To either side they have more OLED Displays.
The entire effect is probably not something you'd wanna have in your room to watch TV but it makes a really cool sculptural effect.
And that's a first look at some of the future screen technology here at LG display.
I'm David Casimir, CBS 2019
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