Experiencing the Truth of OLED at WeWork 2019
The year is 2019 and the 2 display technologies dominating the market are OLED and LCD, but many consumers are pondering over which technology creates the best display available.
The OLED Medical Lounge event is giving visitors the chance to compare 65″ 4K OLED and 65″ 8K LCD displays side by side and decide for themselves which display performs best. The vision test simulation demonstrates the individual pixel dimming of an OLED display along with the local dimming of a LCD. Through this simulation, visitors can clearly see the perfect black made possible by the over 8 million individual pixels of the OLED. In contrast, visitors are quick to notice the halo produced by the LCD around bright objects on the screen.
The vision test simulation is also distinctly exhibiting the high contrast ratio and color contrast provided by the OLED display. Many of the visitors to the event are stunned by the stark difference between the color clarity demonstrated by each display. While the event is comparing a 4K OLED with an 8K LCD, it’s not so much about the resolution and more about the core technology. With demonstrations including meteors moving over a black background that exhibits perfect black and a firefly moving through a forest depicting vivid color contrast, the OLED display is the clear favorite with authentic, vibrant colors and deep, true black. (Please visit ‘What is OLED’ for further information on OLED)
The hearing test simulation at the OLED Medical Lounge event is also a unique surprise for visitors as it affords them the chance to experience Cinematic Sound OLED in action. For many visitors, this is not only the first time for them to see and hear Cinematic Sound OLED, but it is also the first time they are hearing of the technology. If you’re not familiar with Cinematic Sound OLED, it’s a technology that allows the display itself to act as a high-quality speaker that is able to sync the location of objects shown on the screen with the location of the sound emitted by the display. Through the simulation, visitors can see and hear the power of Cinematic Sound OLED in person while actually touching the display to feel the vibrations moving around the screen.
If you’re interested in OLED technology or not sure which current TV tech is right for you, don’t miss the chance to experience the difference between OLED and LCD for yourself. I’m glad I stopped by the OLED Medical Lounge event at WeWork and while I wasn’t sure before, I’m certain about which display is the best on the market. The diagnosis is clear: OLED is the cure.