Giant eye-popping TV displays fill the halls of CES 2020

From 'The Wave' to 'The Wall', giant eye-popping TV displays have been decking the halls at this year's Consumer Electronics Show — bringing stunning new features.

Among the novel aspects on display at the Las Vegas event are flexible screens, flush wall fittings, borderless designs and whopping 8K resolutions.

While some of the offerings are hardly practical — being essentially art installations — many of the others are likely to soon become much-coveted home .

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From 'The Wave', pictured, to 'The Wall', giant eye-popping TV displays have been decking the halls at this year's Consumer Electronics Show — bringing stunning new features

From 'The Wave', pictured, to 'The Wall', giant eye-popping TV displays have been decking the halls at this year's Consumer Electronics Show — bringing stunning new features

Among the new aspects on display at the Las Vegas event are flexible screens, flush wall fittings, borderless designs and whopping 8K resolutions. Pictured, LG's 'The Wave'

Among the new aspects on display at the Las Vegas event are flexible screens, flush wall fittings, borderless designs and whopping 8K resolutions. Pictured, LG's 'The Wave'

WHAT IS OLED? 

OLEDs (organic light-emitting diodes) pass electricity through materials that glow red, green and blue.

It is the only TV technology to create colour like this. LCDs, for instance, use colour filters and liquid crystals that block light to create an image.

Meanwhile, plasmas use UV light, by triggering pockets of gas that create red, green and blue phosphors.

This means that OLEDs can be thinner and more flexible than any other televisions currently on the market.

LG's 'The Wave'

South Korea's LG Corporation has a history of setting out to impress with its displays at the Consumer Electronics Show.

In their 2020 offering, 'The Wave', they appear to have outdone themselves.

Topping last year's gently undulating waterfall of screens, 'The Wave' is a tremendous array of 200 55-inch OLED screens displaying a coordinated image.

The installation — which greets visitors to the LG booth at the electronics show —  measures around 20 feet (6 metres) high and 82 feet (25 metres) in length. 

Samsung's 'The Wall'

While the Wave's curving screens might make the evening news somewhat challenging to view, Samsung's 'The Wall' is ideal for someone looking for a truly cinematic television experience — if one has the space and finances to support it.

Adding to the previously-available size options of 75-, 146-, 219- and 292-inches, the electronics firm is now offering The Wall in 88-, 93-, 110- and 150-inch varieties. 

'New advancements for 2020 have allowed for larger-scale production of fixed screen sizes,' Samsung said in a statement.

The Wall uses MicroLED technology, with millions of the light sources allowing for a picture quality that can stand alongside OLEDs without the risk of screen burn-in.

While the Wave's curving screens might make the evening news somewhat challenging to view, Samsung's 'The Wall' is ideal for someone looking for a truly cinematic television experience — if one has the space and finances to support it. Pictured, The Wall

While the Wave's curving screens might make the evening news somewhat challenging to view, Samsung's 'The Wall' is ideal

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