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23 August 2016

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LG Business Innovation Centre Opens

If you’ve been drooling over pictures of the recently launched LG product, such as the commercial OLED, or the ultra-thing double sided displays, or the huge 98-inch ultra UHD LCD, then you’ll be pleased to hear that LG has opened a Business Innovation Centre in Sydney’s Darling Park.

The new facility has the latest LG product on display and a tech team to provide you with demonstrations and training seminars.

Want a refresher? Here are some of the 2016 launch highlights that set the ISE and InfoComm shows abuzz and will be leading the way in <avant-garde> signage applications.

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LG’s Dual-View Flat OLED display: is a paper-thin, dual-sided display with perfect blacks and incredible colour. It offers a space-efficient, two-sided design to provide customers a media experience in full HD (1920 x 1080). With a slim depth and three different installation options – ceiling suspension, wall-mount and floor stand – this 55-inch flat OLED commercial display allows retailers to plan the most efficient use in any retail space while utilising a high-end display solution. The display has the unique ability to swap and mirror content on either side of the screen with a simple press of a remote control button.-Ultra-Stretch-Photo-5

Ultra Stretch 86BH5C: is a new signage format with a 58:9 widescreen that can display dynamic content depending on the user’s installation environment (eg. airports, subways, banks, art galleries, or retail stores).

This product is also a work of structural art in itself that can be seen as digital decor.

LG’s OLED Arch: showcases the customisable nature of LG’s commercial OLED technology. As displayed in overseas installations including Incheon Airport and N Seoul Tower in Seoul, South Korea. These commercial OLEDs couple the endless customisability of the flexible display technology and the unparalleled colour quality to create an immersive experience for viewers. OLEDs can be used to create an arch, tunnel or even an artistic wall display.

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The LG Business Centre: Tower 2, Level 20, 201 Sussex St, Darling Park, Sydney NSW 2000

1300 547 253 (option 4) or infodisplay@lg.com.au

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