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Maybe I'm not thinking the right way, but is there a really demand for a rollable TV?:D I could see this having some interesting uses, but not in the 50-60" range. Thoughts?
It could be rolled up in a tube to bring to a construction site to display large blueprints. Very useful when the site does not have electrical outlets or walls...
Or the display can be propped up on an easel at the client's site for presentation. Think not conference rooms but at someone's house or other locations.
come home and pull your 60" tv down like a projector screen
Bros, you are thinking far too linearly, imagine curved view ports on airplanes and cars. By removing the windshields and windows, we can make vehicles structurally safer and more resilient to collisions and other accidents. Circular work spaces and rounded desks take up less room than square ones, and a 60 inch work surface would allow for much more workspace for employees. its been proven in several studies that more monitors equates to higher work efficiency. Meaning more work per dollar of wage spent. That's something technology firms are completely aware of.
Maybe LG should focus a little more on improving the quality of their existing tvs before rolling out new tech .. just a thought ...