A unique, immersive installation of eye-popping, flexible displays from LG Electronics attracted CES 2019 visitors, a company spokesman said on Jan. 10. The “LG OLED Falls” display features 260 LG OLED digital signage screens, in curved and flat configurations, giving tens of thousands of CES visitors a one-of-a-kind experience of natural wonders, he said.
Welcoming visitors to LG’s sprawling CES booth adjacent to the main entrance of the Las Vegas Convention Center, stunning LG OLED Falls exhibit features 76 concave, 72 convex and 112 flat 55-inch LG OLED screens. The LG OLED Falls is a must-see CES exhibit, following in the tradition of the “LG OLED Canyon” at CES 2018 and the “LG OLED Tunnel” at CES 2017.
CES attendees’ jaws literally drop when see the LG OLED Falls, which measures 20 feet high and 65 feet wide, displaying alluring images of curves of the desert, waterfalls, ocean and light. The incredible video experience is further enhanced by advanced, immersive audio, which is included in 2019 LG OLED TVs for the consumer market, the spokesman said.
LG OLED technology has created a new high-end category of displays that generate awe-inspiring pictures with perfect blacks and incredible color, even from wide viewing angles, unlike any LCD/LED display. OLED uses self-lighting pixels that can be turned on and off individually for exact control of image brightness and quality, delivering infinite contrast ration optimized for high-dynamic range content. And with no separate light source, the displays are extremely lightweight and thin, making them flexible enough to be rolled.