LG Display Showing Touch-screen 4K Solutions
LG Display, the wing of LG Electronics charged with developing and manufacturing panels for video displays, is attending this week’s 2016 Society for Information Display (SID) conference in San Francisco to unveil a variety of future-concept display technologies.
Featured items include next-generation 8K touch-screen monitors, double-sided OLED displays and a 77-inch 4K Ultra HD OLED display with a color gamut that is said to equal displays used for professional film editing.
The 2016 SID event is taking place May 24-26th at the Moscone Center, where LG said the theme of its showcase is “Your Imagination, Our Innovation.”
A big purpose for LG’s appearance is to emphasize “the advantages of OLED and in particular the superior picture quality it offers along with its unlimited potential in application and design.”
“LG Display will make constant efforts for technology innovation and move forward further developing advanced and differentiated technologies for next-generation displays, thereby strengthening our leadership in the global display industry,” stated Dr. Sang-Beom Han, CEO and Vice Chairman of LG Display.
Read more about LG’s 2016 SID appearance after the jump:
LG’s 77-inch Ultra HD OLED TV showcase model is said to produce “the same level of color gamut as displays used by film-editing professionals”. Images are said to feature “perfect black expression and improved brightness by applying the High-Dynamic-Range (HDR) technology.”
Also being shown are future concept displays such as 55-inch double-sided and 65-inch concave OLED displays for signage to meeting customers’ expectations for what’s coming next, LG said.
The company is also showing a 31.5-inch 8K4K monitor and 14-inch Ultra HD resolution notebook panel embedded with touch functionality. LG said touch-screen displays will represent a large part of its showcase, and will include a new embedded touch-technology called: Advanced In-Cell Touch (AIT). The application is being shown in a 6-inch mobile display, and 9.2-inch and 10.3-inch automotive displays that will respond to touch input even from a gloved hand.
LG is also showing “the world’s first touch-enabled 15.6-inch notebook panel and 23-inch monitor panel.”
For customers in the rapidly rising automotive display market, LG Display said it will showcase its automotive display product line-ups from cluster displays to the Center Information Display (CID), including a 12.3-inch curved plastic OLED display and a 12.3-inch LCD panel realizing over 1,000 nit of brightness.
By Greg Tarr
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