LG has unveiled a 55-inch transparent OLED TV. The presentation took place at CES 2021, writes The Verge.
A working prototype OLED Smart Bed can be stowed away at the foot of the bed when not in use. The company also showed several scenarios of use when the TV is partially extended: in this case, various useful information is displayed – for example, time and weather. The speakers are built into the same frame.
LG DIsplay unveiled transparent screen solutions for metro and other public spaces: “This technology maximizes the benefits of OLED and can be used in a variety of places including shops, shopping malls, architectural sites, as well as public transport, subway cars, and airplanes.”
In August 2020, Xiaomi announced the release of a 55-inch transparent TV. The TV has a 120 hertz refresh rate, 10-bit color depth and covers 93 percent of the DCI-P3 color space. The owners of the device said that while the TV costs seven thousand dollars, it only has FullHD resolution.