LG’s Gargantuan 8-Metre TV
The colossal television reaches for the outer limits of performance.
Skip that trip into space and spend your ticket money on experiencing an otherworldly video journey that will never require you to leave the couch. Here, LG’s DVLED Home Cinema Display represents levels of both cost and technological achievement, on a mission to present the most precise simulacrum of a theatrical experience.
LG’s new 325-inch DVLED Home Cinema Display represents a giant leap in television advancement with a brilliant, ultrahigh-definition model unmatched in its combination of size and picture quality.
While most modern TVs use light-emitting diodes on or behind a liquid-crystal display (LEDs in an LCD, for short), here a direct-view LED screen employs more than 99.5 million individual diodes—one red, green and blue per pixel—to render an image on a screen that runs 8.22-metres diagonally. The impressive proportions are matched by 8K resolution that’s touted to deliver incredibly accurate contrast and colours, all without burn-in artifacts that can plague typical flat screens. And unlike projector-based systems that perform only in darkened rooms, the DVLED reproduces an intense picture even in a brightly lit interior. Previously available to commercial clients exclusively, LG’s 1000kg display is now offered to the home market for an equally hefty approx. $2.4 million.