Life’s now Good with LG’s 65-inch OLED TV which can be rolled up like a Scroll!
At CES 2018, LG proudly presented the World’s First 65-inch rollable 4K OLED TV breaking many technology barriers.The idea of hiding your TV, packing it in your backpack and taking it where ever you go, seems a lot more exciting.
Well, this is how it works – The OLED panel is mounted to a motorized spindle which is set in a little box in the size of a soundbar. It is flexible enough to spin up into a tubular form. This is only possible because of the thin Organic Light Emitting Diode Display (OLED).
This concept isn’t new as LG has released similar 18-inch TV at CES 2016, that could easily fit in your pocket. However, this 18-inch TV lacked resolution – it wasn’t full HD.
LG’s 65-Inch OLED TV can now be adjusted at different aspect ratios. However, its applicable only for smaller aspect ratios.
You may have observed the black bars on the top and bottom of the screen while watching movies, this is because the movies are filmed in a 21:9 aspect ratio and they can’t be fit into a 16:9 screen TV.
With the LG’s 65-inch OLED TV, you can now re-size your TV to 21:9 aspect ratio by rolling up the TV to its obscure part which makes the black bars disappear.
It can be further rolled down to an extremely low profile where it can be used for simply showing pictures, information display or computing purposes.
The white rectangular box not only rolls up your TV but also is a house for inputs, speakers, and power supply. Regarding the portability, LG says that the rectangular white box comes with a small handle making it easy to carry.
TV can now be a hidden furniture in your house. No one wouldn’t even know that you had a TV unless you press a button on the remote control.