LG New OLED TVs displays art at the National Museum of Fine Arts

Museums and TVs - they can work well, especially if the TV display is as vivid as a piece of artwork. 

LG takes centerstage by showcasing their OLED AI TVs at the National Museum of Fine Arts.  

"At LG, supporting the arts and culture is an integral part of what we do," said Nakhyun Seong, managing director of LG Philippines. "We are honored to collaborate with the National Museum of Fine Arts for the 140th anniversary of the masterpiece 'Spoliarium' by Juan Luna. Through our donation this National Heritage Month, we hope that more people will be able to enjoy the enhanced interactive experience and offer visitors a deeper understanding and appreciation of Luna’s significant work and its historical context." 

Seong added to his statement, saying that the LG OLED AI TVs “illuminate the artistic legacy of the National Museum of Fine Arts.” He continued, “The partnership between LG and the museum signifies a synergy between cutting-edge technology and timeless artistry. LG is committed to the National Museum of the Philippines and its causes in the arts, aiming to foster greater appreciation and accessibility to cultural heritage." 

Director-General of the National Museum, Jeremy Barns, has addressed the challenges in making museums accessible to today’s generation. He said, “The addition of LG OLED AI TVs will greatly enhance our ability to engage visitors and provide them with enriching experiences." 

It’s important to note that these aren’t just TVs with great displays. These are AI TVs. And when we think of AI these days, we think of chatbots you can converse with and ask to gather information. We forget that there are other applications of AI. In LG’s case, Product Manager for TV, Angelica Dumlao said, “The Alpha11 AI Processor offers four times the performance of its predecessor, allowing LG OLED AI TVs to recognize users and personalize experiences according to their preferences. The event also showcased LG's QNED TVs, known for their vibrant colors and exceptional brightness, as well as LG Soundbars essential for elevating the surround sound experience.” 

LG’s OLED AI TVs include a range of features such as the AI Picture Pro, which adds a layer of realism to its pictures. It’s something I don’t think everyone would want enabled all the time, but it is a very much welcomed feature for certain types of content. Then there’s the AI Sound Pro, which improves sound quality for deeper immersion even without sophisticated speakers and soundbars.  

Of course, there’s the talk of gaming with the LG OLED AI C4 and G4. Low input lag, 4K, 144Hz and NVIDIA G-Sync. Sure. No need for over-the-top gaming monitors for this one. 

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Everybody wants to be entertained! So I am publishing, not another entertainment blog, but a rather interesting rundown of the things that you pretend to not care about. I also blog about food, travel and a little bit of style at www.lifestylehub.net. Peace and love! :)
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