LG Display unveils new AV solutions at OIF 2022 OLED show

posted on Thursday, 9th June 2022 by Steve May

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LG Display is holding its Open Innovation Forum (OIF) in Las Vegas, for the first time this week, and has invited companies to explore the potential of next-gen OLED panels, as it seeks to open up a new market for displays in the States.

LG Display started OIF in Korea in 2020 as an event to discover new business opportunities and promote strategic cooperation with various industries.

The Company is introducing a wide range of Transparent OLED solutions, jointly developed with customers at home and abroad as well as with startups.

Global architecture and design firm Gensler has developed the Maars M923, a next-generation Transparent OLED partition. Designed for office use, the M923 is a customisable and moveable wall that consists of interchangeable snap-in-place panels.

By applying Transparent OLED technology, the M923 effectively redefining office space and the nature of visual presentations. Gensler has previously worked on LG Display projects such as Incheon International Airport Terminal 2 and the NVIDIA Headquarters in California.

Similarly, a Transparent Wall Skin produced with startup DAIER, works by adding glass with built-in Transparent OLED to a wall. Applications might include offices, hotels, and hospitals.

LG Display is also unveiling its Transparent OLED solution for conference rooms, which has been created with Korean interior company EXA E&C. The E-Crystal with Transparent OLED can use a wall itself as a display by embedding Transparent OLED into the glass wall of a conference room.

Visitors to OIF will also experience the Transparent Gallery, where the touch functions on Transparent OLEDs and can be used as an Internet of Things (IoT) wallpad or for media contents in combination with office space, commercial facilities, and furniture.

Digital art also gets a platform. The Objet Showcase combines regular OLED displays on the back of Transparent OLEDs to maximize stereoscopic and holographic effects, while the Art Canvas is a digital product that utilises the characteristics of OLED.

LG Display is also exhibiting Transparent OLED solutions for mobility and shopping malls, as well as flexible OLED concept products such as the Virtual Ride, which enhances exercise equipment with a large OLED screen, and the Media Chair, which combines a reclining chair with a curved OLED display.

The Company is conducting a challenge program in search of new business opportunities for startups as part of OIF. Under the theme of 'discovering new concepts related to OLED and Transparent OLED,' the program aims to support excellent companies by jointly developing products and participating in overseas exhibitions through a final evaluation in November.

“Based on differentiated OLED technology, we will continue to create new markets by expanding strategic collaboration with global customers and startups,” said Yeo Chun-ho, Vice President and Head of the Business Development Division at LG Display.

Steve May

Inside CI Editor Steve May is a freelance technology specialist who also writes for T3TechRadarHome Cinema Choice, Trusted Reviews and The Luxe Review.

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