The screen can be rolled up and scrunched around, and the display is full HD.
The BBC was shown a 18 inch diagonal display. LG says they’re aiming for screens that are 55 inch and beyond.
At that size they will be able to produce a screen quality of 4K, they say – that’s four times HD.
Right now, the resolution is 1,200 by 810 pixels.
LG Display has created an OLED display than can be rolled into a cylinder while it continues to show a video image. The firm suggests the innovation could revolutionise the way we use and store televisions.
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