By >Daimaou - G.G-B
[FPD 2010] LG’s Booth with the world largest flexible e-paper device
Last but not the least, LG had some pretty nifty stuff at FPD 2010 this year with LCD featuring the world’s narrowest bezel of just 4.0mm, or the world’s largest 84” UD FPR 3D Home Theater display but also some pretty interesting stuff like :
Here you are, according to LG, the world largest (19”), flexible e-paper device that also happens to just be 0.601mm thick including its protective film. This 19” Flexible electronic paper uses E Ink e-paper amorphous silicon (Si) TFTs formed on a stainless substrate. Only available in “black & white” this e-paper comes with a 2560 x 1600 (163ppi) resolution, offering 16 levels of grey and comes with a 7:1 contrast ratio.
To be fair, we are not sure if this color e-paper device runs on E Ink Triton of if this product is LG’s 100% home made solution, but since few information were available we just want to be careful here. Anyway this 9.7” Color EPD devices comes with a SVGA resolution (800×600) seems to offer the same speed as E Ink Trinton ones, has a 103ppi Pixel density, a 10:1 contrast ratio and a 2.9% of NTSC color saturation with 4096 colors.
Fed-up with e-Paper? Don’t worry LG also had some OLED 3D Glassless mobile display offering a 360×640 resolution in 2D and 360×320 in 3D all in 16M colors.
Apparently one of the best solution in order to integrate touch capability on large size display, IR Camera touch was installed here on a 21.5” IPS Full HD monitor and was working pretty well and with accurate results. Thanks to this technology you cold virtually have a 100” touch display in the future.
DWT stands for Digital Wave Guide and allow in any small screen like this 13.3” HD notebook LCD to get perfectly accurate touch capability and offers low power consumption solutions.
Latest noteworthy goodies on LG’s booth was their insanely slim, 2.6mm 42” LED LCD TV… Just think about it… 2.6mm !!!