LG Display will show a Rollable OLED TV at CES 2018. The product is still a prototype (which is why it is not presented by LG Electronics) but it seems quite finished. A motorized mechanism allows the OLED display to unfold or completely retract into the base, a rather bulky white color component. LG opted for a 65-inch OLED panel with Ultra HD resolution.
The effect is certainly making a strong impact: once rolled up the TV is completely hidden from view, significantly reducing the impact on the surrounding environment. This type of solution could also be adapted for wall or ceiling installations, in order to make the TV drop like a projector screen, making it disappear after use. It would be a very convenient way to handle the large TV display, which would no longer occupy a fixed space.
At the moment there is no information on its technical specifications, but according to some analysts, it will be necessary to wait for 2020.