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LG Digital Signage Features Advanced IPS Picture Technology
Digital signage products include 84-inch Ultra HD signage

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The 84-inch model 84WS70 offers four times the screen resolution (3840 x 2160 pixels) of traditional HD displays.
January 29, 2013 | by Jessica Camerato

LG Electronics (LG) will unveil a lineup of digital signage products, many of which feature IPS panels, under the theme “Powerful and Professional” at ISE 2013.

Ultra HD Signage: LG’s flagship product will be the world’s largest Ultra HD signage. The 84-inch model 84WS70 offers four times the screen resolution (3840 x 2160 pixels) of traditional HD displays. LG will display footage from fashion designers in near life-size form on three of these products side-by-side. LG will also feature a multi-touch version of the 84-inch Ultra HD signage (model 84WT70) and showcase interactive capabilities using Google Maps.

3D Displays: LG will showcase a 3D video wall consisting of 49 55-inch displays (model 55WV70MD), featuring 5.3mm bezel-to-bezel measurements. LG will also demonstrate how the 3D displays can be implemented at theme parks or motor shows with its proprietary Film Patterned Retarder (FPR) 3D system.

Outdoor Displays: LG’s model WX50MF IPS signage (2,000 nits) stays bright up to 110°C and includes a wider viewing angle with zero distortion. This outdoor display features local dimming and smart energy saving functions that adjust the LED backlight to match the brightness of the content, and also reduce the total cost of ownership. 

Transparent Display: LG’s model 47TS50MF transparent display can be used for installation in vending machines, showing product images and promotional videos. Once a customer selects a product, the 47TD50MF will display an animation of the product being delivered.

Ultrawide Signage: LG’s ultrawide signage (model 29WR30) features a 21:9 aspect ratio. This model can be used as a media pole to display news and advertising, and also as a virtual banner in settings including movie theaters, restaurants, and bus stops.

“Our strong 2013 lineup utilizes the latest IPS display technology to provide superior picture quality for a wide range of commercial applications,” says Havis Kwon, president and CEO of the LG Home Entertainment Company. “Clearly viewable from practically any angle, LG’s digital signage solutions are capable of holding the consumer’s attention in any setting, indoor or outdoor.”

 

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