Public displays are displays that provide information to many people in a public place.
They are used for digital advertisements, bulletin boards and for decorations on the inner and outer walls of buildings.
One of the important points with public displays is to use large screens that can draw public attention and installing the panels to fit the size of the display venue.
In order to achieve this, several flat-screen panels are placed next to each other to form one large screen, but there's a catch to it.
The displays are usually hampered by the bezels on the edges of the display.
Fortunately, LG seems to have overcome this problem, with its announcement of a flat-screen panel with the worlds thinnest bezel.
The 37-inch LCD Panel has a gap between the panels from just 4mm; left/right-1.5mm, top/bottom-2.5mm.
As the product has extremely thin borders, it produces a seamless-looking images when many panels are arranged together to create a large screen.
This new flat-screen panel will be showcased in a 3 x 3 111 inch arrangement at the FPD International Japan 2010.
The exhibition will be held from November 10th to 12th in Chiba, Japan.