CES 2021 started like a bomb. LG announced its transparent OLED TV model at the event, which was postponed due to the pandemic last year and opened impressively this year.
LG pushes the limits with its transparent OLED TV model
With the new transparent TV, LG has clearly demonstrated its trend to redesign the future of displays at CES 2021. Equipped with a 55-inch OLED panel, the TV allows you to see the back of the TV even while showing an image.
LG announced that it has reached 40 percent transparency in its transparent OLED TV, which uses its new technology.
LG uses technology like a rail system that can rise partially or completely to show information or videos while maintaining the view of the other side of the screen. The panel has built-in speakers in its current form, but it’s unclear exactly what audio features it will support.
The company sees this as both a smart home device and a device that can be used in restaurants and public places such as public transport. “Transparent OLED panel is a technology that maximizes the advantages of OLED and can be used in various parts of our daily life, from shops to shopping malls and architectural interiors to autonomous vehicles, subway trains and airplanes,” said Jong-Sun Park, LG Senior General Manager.
LG has not made any statements about how the new transparent OLED TV technology will be in the future and the cost of the product.