LG Oled Transparent Touch: the perfect technology for retail
LG has presentedor OLED Transparent Touch, the new version of theOLED Transparent, one of most interesting technologies of Digital Signage. This new version, as well as allowing an overlap between reproduced images and real objects as the previous model, debuts with a new feature: the touch screen. Designed for adapt to different contexts, mostly stores and showrooms, exhibition spaces and art galleries, as well as also television studios, the OLED Transparent Touch amazes for the level of transparency and sensitivity of the touch.
A transparent screen
The OLED Transparent Touch is a one-of-a-kind display especially with regard to the degree of transparency. If maximum transparency in LCD displays is 10%, Transparent OLEDs offer a degree of transparency that reaches 33%. The colors are created by self-illuminated pixels, which guarantee a high quality image through which objects are clearly visible. These displays are able to transform any space into a digital environment of great impact, as well as offering innovative solutions tailored and in line with customer needs. The ability to overlay lux images or information about objects that are located beyond the screen in fact allows infinite possibilities of use.
Why is the touchscreen so responsive?
What makes this solution interesting is undoubtedly the touchscreen functionality. The speed of response is due to touch film with P-Cap technology (Projected Capacitive) inserted in the display. The film in fact allows a higher response speed compared to the IR technology used in other touchscreen displays.
The types of application
. One of the most appreciated is that of car configurator. The Transparent OLED Touch it is positioned in front of a video wall where you can view the new car presented. Thanks to this technology it is possible to customize the car details in real time with a simple touch on the screen. The Transparent OLED Touch is also used in museums to enhance the works on display by offering guests a new way to enjoy the visual experience. Furthermore, they are also used in totally different contexts such as control rooms and executive offices, taking advantage of the advantages of multilayer images and in-screen controls. Finally they can be employed in research and development centers to present the experiments.