LG's transparent colour LED film display makes debut at InfoComm

June 06, 2018 // By Julien Happich
At InfoComm 2018, LG Electronics USA Business Solutions has unveiled its Transparent Colour LED film display, turning any window or glass surface into a customizable digital canvas.

Building on the company's gray-scale Transparent LED film display introduced a year earlier, the Transparent Colour LED film (LAT240DT1) display offers eye-catching digital content and information in colour while interacting seamlessly with its surrounding environment.

The versatile colour LED film delivers over 1,000 nits of brightness, with each 668x480mm panel containing 560 LED pixels supporting a wide range of colours while maintaining a high transparency ratio. The film can displays compelling content in vivid colours while still showcasing what's behind the glass.

At just 1.5mm thin, the LG Transparent Colour LED film is easy to install (requiring minimal construction) on any existing glass surface using its self-adhesive transparent film. While maintaining high transparency, the LED film can display pictures, animation and videos, making it suitable for indoor and window-facing areas with large glass surfaces such as retail storefront windows.

Other applications include mass transit rail platforms and safety barriers, where LG Transparent Color LED film can display digital content and information, and lobbies and large public areas where it can convert ordinary glass into stunning, eye-catching digital signage displays.

Even tall glass elevator shafts can be transformed into stunning pillars of graphics and light. The flexible display also works on a wide range of curved glass and window surfaces with curved format support up to 1,100R concave and in parallel to the bezel, can be cut to size, truly converting any area of ordinary glass into a dazzling, state-of-the-art digital display.

LG Electronics - www.LGSolutions.com


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