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LG displays transparent OLED display in CES 2021


In accordance with its annual tradition, LG Display is preparing to unveil some new display synoun scans at CES 2021, focusing on showing where the transparent OLED screen mode might fit into the epidemic era.

The company has used sophisticated transparent OLED screens across the things and attitudes people face on a daily basis, offering a life-being developed for the future.

In its online showroom, the company displays a scene of a sushi restaurant featuring a 55-inch transparent OLED display.

Diners can browse the menu or enjoy videos across the screen while taking advantage of high transparency to keep people connected on both sides of the screen and watch chefs prepare food thanks to their 40 percent transparency.

By comparison, transparent LCD offers transparency of only 10 percent.

The company also puts the same 55-inch transparent screen at the end of the smart bed, so that the user enjoys watching information or video content in different proportions without compromising the quality of the clear image that does not depend on the backlight.

With immersive cinematic sound built into the screen frame, there's no need to reduce the bedroom space to add external speakers.

In addition, the mobile frame of the smart bed screen can be easily moved to different locations in the home to meet the diverse needs of users.

In August this year, LG Display helped install a transparent OLED display on some subways in Beijing and Shenzhen, allowing passengers to browse travel updates, weather information, news and more without blocking the transparent screen that replaces the traditional window exterior view.

Thanks to superior transparency, the transparent OLED screen can be used in various areas, such as smart homes, smart buildings and mobility, including autonomous vehicles, aircraft and subways.

Jong-sun Park, Senior Vice President and Head of Business Unit at LG Display, said: "The TRANSPARENT OLED display is a technology that increases OLED features and can be used in different places in our daily lives, from shops, shopping malls and architectural interiors to autonomous vehicles, subways and airplanes.