LG Display, the world-renowned innovator of display technologies, is presenting new applications for its transparent OLED displays at CES 2021, all virtual. Unveiling plans to bring these transparent displays directly into our bedrooms, the company introduces a bed with-in TV that retracts into bed when not in use. This product follows the design approach of having the minimum visual footprint.
LG envisioned a smart, one-of-a-kind bed with an integrated 55-inch clear OLED display that pops out of the frame at the foot of the bed only when needed. With the touch of a button, the display lifts off the bed frame and can be rolled back after you are done watching.
The company’s transparent OLED achieves 40% transparency, providing clear image quality compared to the current transparent LCD with only 10% transparency.
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LG’s smart bed with a hidden TV is an interesting concept, but there is no practical use of the transparent nature of the displays in this way. What can be the reason behind using a transparent display in the bed if it is designed to be hidden in the bed?