LG Enters The Guinness Book With The World’s Largest OLED Screen In Dubai

Aug

13

2017

LG announced on Sunday the unveiling of a very large screen in Dubai that said it was the largest OLED display and the largest high-definition video wall in the world.

South Korea’s e-commerce giant said in a statement that the huge screen at the Dubai Mall adjacent to the Burj Khalifa was made up of 820 Ulead screens. LG has partnered with Emaar Entertainment, the operator of Dubai Waterpark, to complete this pilot project.

The Ulyde screens, which are described as the next generation of screens, are characterized by the traditional LCD screen as an emitter technology, which means that the screen emits its own light, eliminating the need for massive backlighting and inefficient. This screen provides a color experience closer to the truth thanks to the contrast between the colors, providing a natural black color.

LG’s new LCD screen is curved in the form of water ripples to match the aquarium at the Dubai Mall where the screen is located.

The screen, which entered the Guinness Book of Records as the largest screen in the world, did not touch on the screen, but it was shown on the screen with more than 1.7 billion pixels, 50 meters wide and 14 meters long.

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