Curve T-V screens are making waves at the end of C-E-S technology conference in Las Vegas.
Using 268 old LED T-Vs, L-G showed off its bendable screens at a mesmerizing display that stretch from floor to ceiling.
But the technology is being scaled down for the living-room and used to make a 65-inch screen shrink down to nothing.
LG has this TV that can roll up into a little box and completely disappear.
It's one of the coolest things I've ever seen.
It's actually a motorized television that goes up and down,
LG says the TV has been tested to 50,000 roll ups or downs and plans on selling this model in the second half of 2019.
8K TVs will also hit the market for the first time in 2019.
Samsung's Q900 85 inch, 8 k tv will cost $15,000.
A price Samsung says is justified for four times the resolution of a 4 k tv.
Sony upped its game with a 8 k tv model that comes in just two huge sizes, 85 and 98 inches.
Tv makes are gonna tell you, they have really big Tv's like this, 88 and 98 inch sizes require the 8K resolution but, nobody really buys Tv's that big, there really isn't any 8K Tv shows or movies right now.
Jumbo scoreboard inspired Samsungs latest display technology called Micro LED Which consists of millions of little LED light sources.
This thing can also be modular, you can build it in a bunch of different shapes and sizes, they showed a 219 inch version.
Again, something that's not gonna come to market really soon.
And when it does it'll be really expensive but it's a good glimpse of the future.
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