LG OLED Wallpaper TV debuts at the National Museum

In yesterday's event, LG showcased technology and design as it unveiled the 77" OLED Wallpaper TV (W8) at the National Museum of Natural History's soaring cilyms and glass-aluminum structures. Referred to as the Tree of Life, it provided a magnificent backdrop for the launch of  LG's  latest TV model to date.

The W8 wallpaper TV was designed to elevate any room or viewing experience with its sleek, 2.57 mm paper-slim panel. Its 77-inch span, makes it look more likle a window on the wall rather than an actual TV. Its A9 processor allows W8 users to see every detail meant to be seen, no noise distortion. To add, its A1 function offers an impressive number of unique voice commands through LG's ThinQ platform.

LG ILED ambassador James Deakin, presented his video blog on how the OLED has improved his family's TV viewing experience at the launch.

"The W8 highlights the true extend of LG's innovation and passion for consumer-centric experiences," said Mr. Jongnam An, LG Philippines Vice President - Home Entertainment. "We akways try to provide our customer with the mist advanced innovatuons to deliver unrivaled viewing experience and cutting-edge desgns."

LG. donates to the National Museum

In celebration of its 30th anniversary, LG donates.TV.units and commissioned inderwater video to the new.National Museum of Natural History.

Jeremy Barns, director of the National Museum of the Philippines, expressed his profound gratitude for the TVs and commissioned video, “We are very thankful to LG for their generous donation to the National Museum and for their enthusiastic support of our new National Museum of Natural History, which has broken new ground in facilitating far wider public appreciation of the natural wonders of the Philippine archipelago. These cutting-edge, beautifully designed TVs, combined with the work of this institution, will immerse our viewers and provide them with special experiences of the heritage and patrimony of the Filipino people. This video will convey more effectively than ever before the amazing marine experience that Bohol, one of so many extraordinary places in the Philippines, has to offer—short of diving Balicasag Island’s hidden depths themselves.” Barns also added that the video is a very timely complement to the opening later this year of the new National Museum in Bohol, housed at Tagbilaran’s restored and converted former provincial capitol building which was damaged in the 2013 earthquake. The museum director believes that the video should also be prominently featured in the Bohol museum in addition to the NMNH. He went on to say that the video will also feature in all the appropriate public platforms of the National Museum and be recommended to relevant key partner government agencies, including the Department of Education, the Department of Environment and Natural Resources, the Department of Tourism, and the National Commission for Culture and the Arts.

"LG’s goal is to harness the power of beautiful images and modern, innovative technology to fuel and inspire the next generation,” says LG Philippines managing director Mr. Inkwun Heo. “The TVs we are donating to the National Museum can be used both as educational vessels and design inspiration. The LG OLED TVs can integrate perfectly into the interiors of the National Museum in Manila and the other educational centers in their growing network of museums within the country, while the video will give museum visitors moving glimpses of the Philippines’ natural inheritance. We at LG Philippines are very proud to be associated with this great public institution and center of education, science and culture, and all of the work that they carry out for the benefit of the Filipino people and their innumerable friends throughout the world.”