LG Display to build a case in using OLED light panels in High-end Hospitality
Mirror Lighting with OLEDs was installed in the restrooms of the ballroom at Walkerhill Hotel, which was recently renovated.
With only 0.88mm thickness, 400 x 50mm LG Display OLED light panels were installed at the back side of the mirror with simple 3D modeled plastic brackets at ease. The plastic bracket was glued down to the backside of the mirror; then, the panels were simply slid inside the brackets. The heatless and non-glaring characteristics of LG Display OLED light panels were a perfect match for the installation.
Yool Hee Lim, LEED AP of Hardware Management Team from Walkerhill Hotel said, “Simple making process of this OLED mirror lighting was extraordinary. Also installing the mirror lighting was easy due to the thinness and lightness of the module itself.” The mirror modules were fixed on the wooden support board with glue.
Prior to the renovation, the restroom mirrors were lit with T-5 halogen light tubes. Yool Hee Lim also said, “It is amazing how dramatic the change can be, even when just the light source is switched. The soft and warm light quality of OLED light panels brings out the luxurious and premium mood of the hotel restroom.” The OLED light panels emit evenly diffused light uniformly throughout the panels, therefore generating less shadow with less glare. This helps to make the users experience more pleasant. The uniformity of the OLEDs and extraordinary light quality of OLEDs upgraded the premium and luxurious mood of this very high-end hotel. With this factor, Walkerhill Hotel is considering the expanded use of OLED mirror lighting in the hotel.
LG Display will continue to try to expand the cases of using OLED light panels in high-end hospitality and residential areas by building more cases.
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LG Display Co., Ltd. is the world’s leading innovator of display technologies, including thin-film transistor liquid crystal (TFT-LCD) and OLED displays, as well as a global pioneer in OLED lighting. The company manufactures display panels in a broad range of sizes and specifications primarily for use in TVs, notebook computers, desktop monitors, and various other applications, including tablets and mobile devices. It also produces a wide range of OLED light panels for the automotive and interior design sectors. LG Display currently operates manufacturing facilities in Korea and China, and back-end assembly facilities in Korea, China and Poland. The company has approximately 49,000 employees operating worldwide. For more news and information about display products, please visit www.lgdisplay.com. For more information on OLED lighting, please visit www.lgoledlight.com.
Michael Chung, Marketing Communications / LG Display OLED Light Div. – email@example.com