LG Business Solutions unveild its MicroLED display technology in the United States for the first time at InfoComm 2019 in Orlando, Fla. At the show, LG also introduced new curved LED and 130-inch LED screens and demonstrating its transparent color LED film technology.
LG MicroLED technology relies on arrays of microscopic LEDs that form individual pixels that work independently to express image detail. According to LG, there is no color distortion at any angle and, with no bezel, images are more immersive. At less than 50 micrometers, each LED is about the size of a speck of dust or half the width of a human hair.
LG’s new LAPE series of curved LED is ready now and uses a specially designed flexible LED display module that supports true concave and convex curvature up to 1000R for virtually limitless design flexibility. The fine-pitch LAPE series delivers vivid images thanks to the Dynamic Contrast Algorithm, LG’s technology for a wide range of color and deep contrast.
LG’s new 130-inch LED screen (LAAF series) is designed to be easy to specify, order and install. Considered a replacement for conference-room projectors, the screen features embedded speakers and AV connections to meet a host of business needs. In addition to compatibility with partners such as Crestron, the LAAF will be supported by LG Signage365Care for real-time device monitoring and diagnostics. Rounding out the LG LED portfolio are the indoor (LAS series) and outdoor (LBS series) models.
Another LED technology featured at InfoComm is the LG LAT series, which allows for inventive form factors and various aspect ratios. The 24 mm pixel pitch LED film offers over 1,000 nits of brightness while maintaining a high transparency that brings content to life. At just 2 mm (less than 0.08 inches) thin, the self-adhesive transparent film can be easily installed on most existing glass, plexiglass and other transparent surfaces.
All of these LG products (except the MicroLED) are here.
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