LG Display Creates OLED Wallpaper

Take a look at this amazing OLED display from LG Display; it's 55 inches on the diagonal, and only 0.97 mm thick.


(LG Display's amazing 0.97 mm OLED display)

South Korean flat panel maker LG Display Co. showcased on Tuesday a detachable organic light-emitting diode (OLED) panel that sticks to the wall, renewing its pledge to focus on the high-end display as a future growth engine.

The 55-inch wallpaper OLED panel, presented as one of the company's future displays at a media event, is only 0.97 mm thick, weighs 1.9 kg and can easily be stuck to a wall with a magnetic mat, or removed from it.

The new product is far slimmer compared with LG Display's existing flagship 55-inch OLED panel that is 4.3 mm thick.

I read about this a long time ago, in Larry Niven's 1976 story A World Out of Time; he called it a poster tv:

She set up a screen: a television that unrolled like a poster. Another computer link, he guessed. She showed him pictures...
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