Following the curved OLED a few days ago, LG Display has exhibited a number of transparent OLED panel applications, hoping to inspire product manufacturers to adopt the company’s panels. Of course, LG Display is a company that only manufactures panels, so these concept products should not be listed as exhibited.
Among them, the one that belongs to households is the “OLED Shelf” shown in the picture above. It is actually two transparent 55-inch OLED screens stacked together, and then there is a platform at the top, creating the image of a “book shelf”. LG Display’s idea is that one of these two panels can display the TV screen and the other can display the operation of the smart home; or both can be used to display artistic paintings and so on.
In order to ensure the contrast of the TV display, there is also a roll-in “dark screen” hidden in the upper “shelf”, which can be put down while watching TV and used as the background of the TV screen. Most of the electronic parts are placed in the white base to keep the overall appearance of light and thin.
In addition to this OLED Shelf, other concepts are centered around the purpose of product display, which is not new at all. There have been examples of applications as early as 2019. The new display still follows the same concept, except that the “Show Window” in the picture above combines four 55-inch panels together to create a window effect-but to be honest, this is actually limited by the size of the panel. It turns out.
All new panels adopt LG Display’s eighth-generation panel manufacturing technology, with a resolution of 1080p and a transmittance of 40%.