LG installs a huge 13x8 meter OLED display at Seoul's Incheon airport, made from 140 individual 55" OLED TV displays. LG says this is the world's largest OLED display - as they consider this to be a single display.

LG 13x8m OLED installation Incheon airport

Those 55" OLEDs are 4K panels - which means that there are 290 million pixels in total. This looks like a beautiful display - and hopefully a great showcase of LG's OLED technology.

This indeed seems to be the world's largest OLED display. As far as I know, the previous record holder was Mitsubishi's 9.6x1.9 m Diamond Vision PMOLED display installed at Japan's Narita airport in June 2012. This display mas made from 2,000 96x96mm PMOLED panels.

LG 13x8m OLED TV installation Incheon airport



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One gigantic OLED display

The adage for this one- Bigger IS better !

That screen area is larger

That screen area is larger then the footprint of my home! I can use it as a new roof and still have overhang.

Seems a tad wasteful - the

Seems a tad wasteful - the word of mouth from giving these away may have been more significant. ;)

But also, I find it a bit pathetic that they weren't able to put the panels together at least somewhat seamlessly. From the distance the photo was taken, you wouldn't see a few millimetres. It's obviously quite a bit more.

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