LG’s ‘World’s Largest 3D Video Wall’ Dazzles at CES
This giant video wall is drawing big crowds to LG's booth in the Central Hall at the Las Vegas Convention Center during CES.
It is elbow to elbow with people in the LG Electronics booth at CES 2013 and attendees are checking out what the company dubs the “World’s Largest 3D Video Wall.”
The images are a dazzling array of space-themed images and flying objects. There is literally a collective gasp from the crowd at certain times.
LG is handing out passive 3D glasses as you enter the booth and collecting them as you leave.
Elsewhere LG has its OLED and Ultra HD units, which are also drawing big crowds. I happened to see some buyers there from BJ’s Wholesale getting a personal tour from LG execs. Hmmm.
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