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Video: The Rollable OLED TV: The Potential is Real!

VIDEO: The Rollable OLED TV: The Potential is Real!
01/09/2019 03:57 65.3K 760 1.6M

A rolled-up TV in a box seems pretty weird at first... This is dope tech with potential! This is the LG OLED TV R.

Alternate title - The LG Rollable OLED TV: March Rollout? 😵

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  • Leo Timtom
    Leo Timtom

    Hmm, if only there was a way to avoid buying a 99 cent duster..............

  • Leo Timtom
    Leo Timtom

    Get Rick rolled by the price of the TV.

  • Humans Are a Virus
    Humans Are a Virus

    I just bought it I'm so freaking happy. Now I won't buy a TV for the next 10 years 🤣

  • MatrixAlphaCWX

    Hope they come out with an update for fixed aspect ratios to get rid of black bars on widescreen movies. That’d be the ultimate tv. No one else has done it yet. They did mention it tho.

  • Elias

    Hey man I always appreciate your videos. Could you tell me the titel of the intro song ?

  • angerock49

    It's so reflective though :/ I hate reflective screens

  • Kevin Dam
    Kevin Dam

    This is very cool, but a much more economical way to achieve the same functionality would simply to incorporate a regular TV in a center console with a motorized mechanism that raises & lowers it. The only downside is you wouldn't be able to achieve that cool floating look but that's it.

  • FreakOutBoy

    It’s good if there’s a robber in the house, he won’t know there’s a tv in that box

  • Larseus

    Wow that’s pretty awesome! I wonder how much it costs, anyone know? I tried looking online but no luck.. I have a 65 inch oled now that I spent about 3k on give or take without the sound bar.. so my guess around 5k+?

  • Benjamin Whitley
    Benjamin Whitley

    (2:04) No, that's dumb. The TV would sit below eye level, and OLEDs solve the problem of black bars because they already are true-black, which gives a superior viewing experience by blocking out any surrounding light. We've reached peak technology, where design and features are starting to backwards in the pursuit of trends and gimmicks.

  • trophix

    They should make a Rollable Phone, I’d buy it. :)

  • Rishabh Chopde
    Rishabh Chopde

    This is just a glorified version of those projectors with those roll-able screens

  • James Appleyard
    James Appleyard

    I came up with a design like this in 2013. Except my design featured a curved rolling display. Shame technology is moving so fast I won't even get to make one myself before they do