The 111- inch double-sided display is made of three 65-inch Ultra HD OLED displays and allows two viewers to watch different sides of the television simultaneously.
In addition to the massive 111-incher, the company also showed off a 55-inch version of its double-sided television, which boasts a thickness of just 5.3 millimeters.
Of course, outside of commercial display situations, it’s difficult to imagine how consumers would benefit from two-sided displays.
You wouldn’t expect to opt for a double-sides display in the home, but think how many times you’ve seen two LCD screens mounted back-to-back in a public setting. The business uses are obvious, and eventually could end up being a cheaper option that purchasing two displays. For now, though, such a screen will cost a small fortune I imagine simply because it isn’t being mass-produced.
LG also showed off what it calls a “wallpaper” OLED display last year that offers a a 55-inch display and a thickness of under 1 millimeter. Aside from the display’s thinness, the other feature that lends to its wallpaper moniker is that fact that it can be easily attached and removed from walls via a magnetic backing.