Electronics (LG) is showcasing its advanced information display technology at
its MEA LG Connect 2019 show.
Attendees will have the opportunity to experience LG’s latest business products. While industry experts provide insights into the current and future landscape of information displays in the region.
A key focus during the event will be the introduction of LG’s Transparent OLED Signage, designed to transform a range of spaces into engaging digital environments, tailored to each customer’s needs. LG has been fine-tuning its transparent OLED technology to ensure that it meets the needs of both retail and gallery environments. The advanced display provides a wide viewing angle, enabling objects in the background to be more visible with 38 percent maximum transparency. LG’s OLED Signage aims to be an effective advertising showcase, with vivid color and picture clarity.
Encompassed in a slim and open frame design, LG’s Transparent OLED Signage lends itself to a unified spatial design – both separating space and connecting areas with one another. The Transparent OLED Signage can also be titled to provide greater visibility – ideal for larger spaces and social environments, such as product launches and automotive showrooms. When not in use, it appears as a thin glass panel, blending seamlessly into its surroundings and enabling interior design to take center stage.
Transparent OLED Signage from LG also empowers businesses with the ability to provide multi-layered information. Products can be marketed with text and on-screen visuals in front, whilst physical items sit behind to create an engaging display.
“The next-generation signages that we are exhibiting at this year’s MEA LG Connect are some of the most advanced innovations on the market today,” said Mr. Arthur Oh, head of the MEA Regional Information Display business unit of LG Electronics Business Solutions Company. “LG’s revolutionary Transparent OLED Signage empowers businesses to communicate with their audiences in more creative and customizable ways to suit their personal needs and drive engagement.”