LG opens its Business Innovation Centre in Singapore, with the latest in display tech
LG opens its Business Innovation Centre in Singapore, showcasing the latest in display signage technology
LG has opened its Asia Business Innovation Centre in Singapore, which showcases its range of digital signage solutions to business clients. The Centre isn’t open to the public, but you might be able to see LG’s funky new signages around town soon.
One of the most impressive signages we saw during a visit was a 65” curved dual-view OLED signage, which uses eight connected, double-sided flexible OLED panels for display (see above to get an idea of what it looks like). Each panel displays 4K resolution, which makes the entire piece a vibrant wave of colors and textures.
This ability to curve displays opens up a host of interesting new installations; displays no longer have to be flat but can become almost sculptural in the way they take up space. Because OLED displays are thinner, lighter and more flexible, they can also be hung in places where bigger displays might not fit.
Visitors to Seoul can catch a glimpse of LG’s OLED displays in Incheon International Airport. The main terminal has two curved OLED display walls that stand at 13 meters in length, each display is made of 140 55” panels - almost like 140 TVs combined into one.