LG Display’s crazy 65-inch OLED TV can roll up like a treasure map, and I think it really a treasure. One of the worst things about old big-screen TVs is they take up a massive chunk of your wall when you have one and you notice especially how bad it is when it’s turned off.
But with the world’s first big-screen TV that can be rolled up to hide away out of sight into a little box, thank LG Display when not in use and this will be a great advancement when it comes to the market. You would think the would be happy with the first 88-inch 8k OLED TV, they have made.
For now LG’s images depict it descending into a little box the size of a sound bar, it houses stuff like the power supply, inputs and speakers. but the company also talks about making the display portable. It is the successor to 2016’s rollable 18-inch display panel, only now it’s been scaled up to 65 inches and a full 4K resolution.
And it as some really cool features like;
- The TV would sink down just enough to shift its aspect ratio from 16:9 to the cinematic 21:9, meaning you can enjoy your ultrawide movies without the need for any black bars at all.
- With another press of the remote control, the panel sinks even deeper into its base box, leaving only a wide strip at the top that can be used to show smart home information, music controls, or whatever other ambient updates you want to see.
So far there is no price available, because this is still only a prototype looking for a TV brand to pick it up and try to sell it as a retail product. But it really shows the bright future we have in tech development.