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New LG 88-inch Ultra Stretch Display and Ultra-Bright Video Wall Display Are All the rAVe

InfoComm was a big success last week in Orlando, drawing record attendance along with a record number of exhibitors for the U.S. show.

LG drew a large crowd with incredible technology innovations on display, including the latest LG OLED offerings of razor-thin Wallpaper, Wallpaper In-Glass, video wall displays and bendable open-frame displays. New products launched included an 88-inch Ultra Stretch LCD display and a 55-inch Ultra-Bright Video Wall display.

rAVe Publications wrote an excellent article on the new Stretch and Ultra-Bright Video Wall displays, and we encourage you to give it a read by clicking on the link at the bottom of this page.

In the meantime, here are a few details.

The new 88-inch Ultra Stretch display measures over seven feet long and almost two feet wide, creating a 32:9 aspect ratio and delivering Ultra HD (3,840×1,080) resolution with 700 nits of brightness. It features built-in system-on-a-chip (SoC), eliminating the need for PCs or media players to drive content. The display can be used in a variety of installations from a stand-alone display to a video wall in landscape or portrait configurations, or installed in a floor-standing square pillar with up to four displays. What’s more, the display is also touch screen enabled for providing interactive functions.

The new 55-inch Ultra-Bright Video Wall display features a 3.5-mm bezel-to-bezel width and is up to three times brighter than conventional video walls. It can deliver up to 1,500 nit peak brightness for crisp, vivid images even in areas with high ambient light. Also featuring high-performance SoC, the new display offers Full HD (1920×1080) resolution, so a 2×2 array enables spectacular 4K Ultra HD images.

Both the 88-inch Ultra Stretch display and 55-inch Ultra-Bright Video Wall display utilize LG’s In Plane Switching (IPS) technology to keep colors looking accurate and vivid even when viewed from off angles as wide as 178 degrees. IPS technology also prevents display blurring and flashing when touched, and offers enhanced thermal capabilities to eliminate screen blackening defects after being exposed to direct sunlight or high temperatures.

Read the full story from rAVe Publications here.