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IN PICTURES: LG unveils cinema 3D video wall in NZ

LG unveiled a cinema 3D video wall at Hoyts Cinemas at Auckland's Sylvia Park at an exclusive evening function yesterday.

  • LG's video wall stands at over 2 metres tall by 3.6 metres wide and is made up of nine LG 3D-capable high definition video display panels.

  • When combined together the screens feature 16.6 million pixels delivering a highly detailed large screen experience. The 3D video wall was shipped over in parts from LG’s advanced factory in South Korea and is flanked by 2 LG Ultra HD (4k) TVs, the impressive 84- and 65-inch LG Ultra HDTVs.

  • Hoyts Corporate Sales Manager, Ross Churchouse, said that giving people the chance to see upcoming content in 3D seemed like a natural progression from the increasing popularity of 3D film viewing.

  • LG NZ’s National Marketing Manager, Glen Chean, unveiled the 3D wall, and said that the company was committed to providing customers an unbelievable entertainment experience.

  • LG also recently announced New Zealand’s first Curved OLED TV that went on sale across 10 stores around the country this week at an RRP of $14,999.

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