The following is an excerpt from David Katzmaier | June 22, 2017 | CNET.com |
Think you have your head wrapped around flexible displays? Wait till you see through this.
LG Display is the purveyor of OLED, our favorite TV technology, and the Korean manufacturer has a crazy new concept display. Billed as the world's first 77-inch transparent and flexible OLED display, it can look like water flowing over a shelf. But it's a TV.
It's 77-inches diagonal, but can be rolled up to a radius of just 80mm. That's a diameter of just over 6 inches, a bit smaller than a volleyball.
It's transparent. LG claims 40% transparency and judging from the image below, that's basically a window. But with moving images.
LG didn't reveal a price for the display, but as a point of reference, its current 77-inch OLED TVs cost $15,000 for the standard version or a cool $20,000 if you want that in wallpaper.
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