Photos: LG Display shows bendable displays, transparent screens, and more at CES 2016
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18-inch rollable OLED display
The glass is not part of the display. It’s just holding the OLED panel in a conical shape and protecting its surface.
A "rollable" display
This is a non functioning sample that we were allowed to touch.
Working display being bent
An LG Display employee rolls up the OLED panel while it’s showing an image. You can see a video of panel being rolled up here.
High resolution LCD displays for auto dashboards
LG Display showed off several automotive displays, including these 12.3-inch WQHD+ and 8.8-inch FHD panels.
Automotive touch displays
These 10.25-inch FHD and 9.2HD panels include LG Displays AIT technology, which embeds the touch sensor inside the LCD panel, eliminating the need for a separate layer of glass on top of it.
Flexible pOLED automotive displays
These 12.3-inch FHD pOLED panels can be curved. Being made from a plastic substrate, they are also last longer than traditional LCD screens and are less dangerous during a car crash.
25-inch curved automotive LCD
Curved screens aren’t just for the dashboard. LG Display also showed of a 25-inch u201cwaterfallu201d touchscreen that could be used in a variety of locations inside a car. Both the smaller touch screens and this larger one can be operated while wearing gloves.
65-inch extreme-curve concave OLED displays
This 65-inch OLED panel can be dramatically curved in both a concave (shown here) and convex shape.
65-inch extreme-curve convex OLED displays
1.38-inch circle display
This 1.38-inch circular OLED panel is designed to be used in smartwatches.
15.6-inch ultra-light FHD panel
This lightweight 15.6-inch FHD panel is designed for applications that need extremely thin and light screens.
15.6-inch ultra-light FHD panel - side
The 15.6-inch ultra-light FHD panel is just 2.3mm thick.
15.6-inch ultra-light FHD panel - sample use
This mock-up shows the 15.6-inch ultra-light FHD panel being used in a small TV.
15.6-inch ultra-light FHD panel - top
From this angel you can see just how thin the 15.6-inch ultra-light FHD panel is.
23.8-inch super-light FHD TV prototype
This working prototype showed how LG Display’s ultra-light panels could be used to make extremely thin and lightweight TVs. This TV is so light it could be held to a surface with magnets.
139-inch curved OLED wall
This 139-inch curved video wall is made from 8 65-inch OLED panels (4 on each side).
139-inch curved OLED wall
55-inch transparent OLED display
LG Display has shown of transparent displays before, but this 55-inch OLED display is one of the largest and provides 40% transparency compared to the 12-15% transparency you get with LCD panels.
86-inch ultra-stretch LCD panel
This 86-inch stretched LCD panel is designed for use in digital signage at airports, retail locations, etc.
This video wall consists of four 55-inch LCD screens, and according to LG Display has world’s narrowest bezel at 0.9mm.
LG Display digital signage
LG Display showed how there displayed could be used in a retail setting.