A television screen provides a vista to other worlds while it is on, but when the “off” button is pushed, it becomes a blank screen. In the case of a large screen TV, that can be a huge blank space. The incredibly innovative LG OLED R changes all that. In a manner similar to a sailboat’s furling mainsail, the screen can be rolled up into the base, literally disappearing when not in use. The secret is an ultra-thin LED screen that can be fully retracted from Full View mode in Zero View mode or with just a portion visible in Line View to display the time, personal photos or to adjust the settings when utilizing the integral front-firing 100-watt Dolby Atmos and Sound Pro sound system to set the mood in the room. The best thing about the OLED R is that picture quality was not compromised in the least in the quest for its low profile. Using LG‘s self-lighting pixels, the screen delivers eye-popping image quality for broadcast, streaming and gaming. With a MSRP of $100k, the OLED R is an investment, but it unquestionably changes how we view TV — and TVs; LG.com/US.
We sat down with Henrik Cronqvist, Vice Dean of Lifelong Learning & Executive Education at Miami Herbert Business School, to get his thoughts on why Miami is the city everyone is moving to for tech jobs, to start their own business, get funding and develop the companies of tomorrow.
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