LG showcases its quality-of-life-enhancing display technology at ISE

LG Electronics (LG) has just presented its revolutionary information display technology at the Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) 2022 show in Barcelona.

LG promoted its Move Daily Life Forward theme this year, which builds on the company’s Innovation for a Better Life slogan. From transparent OLED signage to micro LEDs to full ranges of LED signage products.

With people spending more time at home, activities usually done outdoors now take place in the comfort of home. LG introduces LG MAGNIT and LG One: Quick Flex, which leverage the company’s expertise in commercial displays to create next-generation home displays.

LG MAGNIT, which has already infiltrated several commercial sectors since its debut in 2020, now aims to redefine high-end home theater by offering a high-level visual experience, aesthetic design and a gigantic 136-inch 4K UHD (3840 x 2160).

And to make watching content easier and more enjoyable, several popular streaming apps are accessible through LG’s webOS 6.0 smart TV platform.

The One: Quick Flex is another innovative solution that is transforming home entertainment. This all-in-one display combines a built-in microphone, camera, and speakers with a 43-inch 4K UHD (3840 x 2160) display and optional mobile stand. to WFH, but also to distance learning, video conferencing, distance education and entertainment.

Additionally, the 55-inch One: Quick Works, which combines integrated touch functionality with intuitive video conferencing tools, is popular in educational and corporate environments, as its user-friendly interface and increased convenience allow multiple users to instantly connect and dive straight into work or lesson plans.

At the other end of the spectrum, high-end executive offices place Transparent OLEDs on glass walls to create bright, futuristic visuals and useful meeting tools. Transparent OLED is also used in the transport sector as an advertising or information display on station windows.

The Technology and Engineering Award-winning 65-inch UltraFine Display OLED Pro was designed for studio professionals. It supports professional-grade interfaces, such as SDI and SFP, and can output the original high-quality resolution of the source without downscaling.

LG is also exhibiting several innovations focused on critical environments. The high definition and frameless design of the Fine-pitch LED allows every detail to be displayed clearly, while the frameless 54 inch LED Block allows customers to use it as a 55 inch LCD display with easy installation – it even fits the brackets of existing LCD video wall models. * These features have made them useful in corporate control rooms, auditoriums and virtual classrooms.

In retail, LG’s Content Management Solution, SuperSign QSR, provides customers with a dynamic menu board while behind the scenes, it streamlines the kitchen display system and integrates with the PoS system. this durable display is useful because it withstands harsh weather conditions and dust with a brightness that makes information easy to read.

Amidst all this cross-industry synergy, LG is also introducing cloud computing solutions specifically designed for specific industries or use cases. For example, Pro:Centric Cloud was designed to transform hospitality management by taking Pro:Centric, LG’s flexible and intuitive content management system for hospitality, and deploying it across multiple properties via a cloud-based. Now hotels can offer personalized services, maintain a consistent image and collect behavioral data across multiple branches, all centralized in one place.

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