LG is set to refurbish Griffith Film School’s Brisbane campus with several LG UltraFine OLED Pro monitors to help students as they learn their craft.
Reviewing, editing, and manipulating video and sound is essential to any film project. These duties necessitate high-quality screens that can run many apps and data streams while providing the most accurate image reproduction. Using its self-lit display technology, LG has created the LG UltraFineTM OLED Pro series, a collection of professional-grade monitors with numerous features and capabilities required for media and film production.
In a statement, LG said the partnership is part of its effort to promote its first-rate exhibits and demonstrate its support for the cinematic arts.
LG UltraFine OLED Pro monitors (models 32BP95E, 27BP95E, 32EP950, and 27EP950) are designed for film and media professionals and feature premium 4K OLED displays that produce natural, realistic colours with 99 per cent (typical) coverage of both the DCI-P3 and Adobe RGB colour spaces. This wide colour gamut enables the monitor to replicate colour areas of several standards and adequately depict the exact computed colour values used by filmmakers. With a high contrast ratio of 1,000,000:1, practically all colours and graphics intended by designers or editors can be displayed precisely. The displays bring the benefits of OLED’s self-lit pixels to the desktop while also providing excellent HDR and SDR performance.
Griffith Film School, founded in 2004, is one of Australia’s largest learning schools of its sort, LG said. Matthew Hanger, a multi-award-winning visual effects artist, and Peter Spierig, an award-winning feature film director, are two notable Griffith alumni. The school offers a variety of specialised degrees, including cinematography, post-production, visual effects, screen music, production design, documentary-making, computer animation, and game creation – all of which are creative undertakings that complement LG UltraFine OLED Pro displays.
Griffith Film School Herman Van Eyken said working with LG makes sense for the institution because LG understands the particular needs filmmakers have, which is evident in their monitors’ capabilities and feature sets.
“LG UltraFine OLED Pro monitors are state-of-the-art monitors that provide the faithful image reproduction that our students need to realize their artistic vision,” Ven Eyken stated.
As a result of the collaboration, Griffith Film School students and teachers will experience everything that LG UltraFine OLED Pro displays offer. LG UltraFine OLED Pro monitors are available for use in the school’s Grading Suite, while the Editing Suite has several units of the similarly remarkable LG UltraWide™ monitor (model 40WP95C).