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Laser Technology for More Precise Display
Whether it is a large screen UHD TV in your living room or a smartphone in your hand, the displays of these devices all start from a glass panel. Each glass panel is cut to fit respective device to be used as a display. Previously, wheel cutting method was used to cut a glass panel. However, due to the relatively large width of the wheels, the error tolerance was greater and thus it was more difficult to develop a narrow bezel or a round edged display. Laser cutting method was developed to address these disadvantages of the wheel cutting method.
Map of Human Brain Portrayed on OLED TV
LG Display is providing 55-inch curved OLED TV for video art display at Hybrid Highlights – Switzerland & Korea, an exhibition at Seoul National University Museum of Art (MoA), which focuses on depicting the application of digital technology in art and science. This exhibition lasts for 60 days from October 8th to December 7th. Today, LG Display Newsroom will present this exhibition that brilliantly expressed the hybrid between art and science through OLED TV.
Brighter Screen, Sharper Image and Lower Power Consumption with M+
Display devices have faced a set of conflicting needs in the past few years, with growing consumer wants and needs for devices with higher resolution and outdoor visibility, as well as lower power consumption. While it has been a general convention that increased resolution and outdoor visibility unavoidably requires higher power consumption, LG Display, the world’s leading innovator of display technologies, found a solution of its own-M+ technology.
The New Advancement in Display technology: LG Display’s Plastic OLED
LG G Watch R, which has grabbed worldwide attention, is a new product that not only has creative circular design but also has plastic OLED (Organic Light-Emitting Diode) display technology. People wonder whether there is a special reason for using plastic substrate for the display rather than glass. Today, LG Display’s newsroom will explore what Plastic OLED (‘POLED’) is, and make a conjecture on how OLED will be developed in the future.
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LG Display, the world’s leading innovator of display technologies, announced today that it has developed a 5.3-inch Full HD LCD panel for smartphones with the world’s narrowest bezel at 0.7mm. With this cutting-edge display, LG Display continues to lead the market in high-resolution large-size displays for mobile devices. “With the growing trend for large screen …

Whether it is a large screen UHD TV in your living room or a smartphone in your hand, the displays of these devices all start from a glass panel. Each glass panel is cut to fit respective device to be used as a display. Previously, wheel cutting method was used to cut a glass panel. …

Written by Lee, Jong-keun, research fellow (lee.jongkeun@lgeri.com) and Jeong, Jae-hoon, senior researcher (j.jeong@lgeri.com) at LG Economic Research Institute   It is forecasted that the wearable device market will start expanding full force in 2014. In the previous posts of the series (see the agenda below), the different characteristics of the wearable device market from the …