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PIRO Quadruped Version 1, 40kg, 552*556*400mm

This demonstration shows trot gait on the treadmill

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The LG Objet TV comes with a 65-inch Super Ultra HD display and a premium soundbar.

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The Objet Audio

LG teamed up with renowned Italian industrial designer Stefano Giovannoni on the design and selection of the perfect materials for LG Objet. After more than two years in development, LG Objet is now available to discerning customers in South Korea to begin with.

“I agree with LG’s design philosophy very much,” said Stefano Giovannoni, Italian designer who participated in the Objet project. “Combining appliances with furniture is not only popular in Italy but also globally.”

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The Objet refrigerator

The Objet fridge, resembling a hotel mini bar, runs on thermoelectric elements instead of a compressor – the core component for most fridges – which makes it free of vibration and noise problems when placed next to the bed or sofa.

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The Objet air purifier

LG has launched a new high-end brand with an aim of combining home appliances with furniture, targeting consumers who are seeking unique design. The new brand will be called ‘LG Objet’ which it will use for what it calls “premium private appliances.”

The company said: “LG Objet is a new concept of convergence appliances which brings electronics and furniture together.” This claims that the products will not only function as electronics devices but as home decor too. The new brand is LG’s second premium brand and follows LG Signature which was launched in 2016.

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ROLL OUT THE FUTURE OLED TV R9, The Rollable OLED: A Revolutionary TV

The Rollable OLED opens a new horizon of the future of TV . The product is coming as an actual product in 2019.

This Revolutionary TV, unveiled at CES 2019, will deliver a new sense of life with its leading-edge technology. The screen disappears without a trace, only leaving behind a true piece of art.

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Featuring a revolutionary rollable OLED display, the new LG TV R can hide itself into a base like a digital scroll from the future.

The display at CES featured rollable TVs in a format similar to what you might have in your living room in the future (though you might have just one, rather than five next to each other). We already had a taste of this model at CES 2018, and one of the most interesting features was its ability to change size with the touch of the button.

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Interior designers hate large TVs, and rightfully so: most of the time they’re just huge black frames that disrupt a carefully balanced setting, battling for space with other non-flat and better-looking pieces of furniture. LG’s new TV R, just unveiled at CES 2019, might be the right solution for such an annoying first-world problem: thanks to LG’s flexible OLED technology, the 65” TV R’s screen can roll itself into a nicely designed sideboard-like base, to be un-rolled only when needed to actually watch TV.

Even when the screen is completely tucked away, the base can play music and understand voice commands. After teasing a prototype of the TV R last year, LG announced this week that it will hit the shelves next spring.

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You can adjust the aspect ratio to allow for specific cinematic experiences, with Full View, Line View and Zero View options. With full view, you can see the full extent of contrast, depth and realism which is standard with all LG TVs.

You can also get support from Amazon Alexa and even with Apple AirPlay 2 and HomeKit. Line View, meanwhile, show things like the time, mood, music selections and even frame mode which shows your favourite photos. Or, you can let the TV roll all the way into the box and forget it even exists with Zero view.

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