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At the 2012 Digital Signage Expo (DSE), vendors and manufacturers were extremely bullish on transparent LCD displays, which showcase animation; including advertising and promotions; over a clear screen. The optimism is reflected in the industry’s predictions. DisplayBank, an international market research firm for the display industry says that the transparent display market will grow to $900 million by 2015.
At DSE, most of the transparent displays shown were simple refrigerator and window applications. But the potential of these products as marketing tools was obvious.
“There are two kinds of markets. One is the window display and the other one is the showcase application. So in the case of a showcase application, like in a retail store — people can see through the display [to the window] and see the Coca Cola, Pepsi Cola inside. However on the surface they can watch the…advertisement or promotional message on the screen. That is today a very possible application,” says Jun Joon, vice president and head of the Public Display Division, LG Display.
“That market is in the very beginning stages, but it will grow very, very fast. The showcase applications we will see this year,” he says.
The second market is the window display in which store windows are actually replaced by LCDs. People walking on the street can see both the products being displayed and the additional advertisement or promotion, says Joon. This application is still in its infancy.
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