At CES, Digital Trends was granted access to a private demonstration room where LG was showing what it had planned for OLED into the future, and we witnessed firsthand how those plans goes well beyond your living room.
Soon we’ll see OLED replace many of the displays we currently see in shopping centers, business outlets, board rooms, and any number of conceivable commercial spaces. But this won’t be a simple case of swapping out screens. OLED can do things LED/LCD displays simply can’t, thanks to their ultra-thin profiles and sheer flexibility.
Granted, we probably won’t see OLED take over the outdoor screens we see in stadiums and ballparks across the world, but as you’ll see in our video above, they’ll soon appear in countless indoor venues, and we won’t just see these new displays, we’ll hear and interact with them.
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