LG supports content creators, donates an LG TV to the Animation Council of the Philippines, Inc.
“Through non-stop innovation, LG has been able to offer the use of our ThinQ Artificial Intelligence. We want content creators such as [the] ACPI [Animation Council of the Philippines, Inc.] to have access to this technology so that they can pay it forward and share it with the community through their art,” said LG Philippines Managing Director Inkwun Heo at an event last November 21, 2019 at One Canvas, Pasong Tamo, Makati City, where LG donated an LG TV to ACPI.
LG TV AI ThinQ allows you to instantly switch picture mode, turn the TV off at set times, change the picture mood of the TV to match the contents, access (via Home Dashboard) connected smart devices remotely, create (with the Magic Remote) your unique daily routine, and (via Apple AirPlay) lets you share movies, TV shows, photos and more on your LG OLED TV right from your iPhone, iPad, or Mac.
“With LG, we guarantee an unparalled, memorable cinematic viewing experience,” Heo said.
Rene Misa, Executive Director of ACPI graciously accepted the TV donation and shared some thoughts on Netflix’s newest holiday-themed 2D animation film “Klaus”, how LG OLED TVs are the best platform to view it on, and about the current state of the local animation industry.
“Working in the animation industry, innovations in technology are important to us. To be able to compete with other animators from around the world, we need to be at the top. LG’s AI-optimized picture quality that boasts leading clarity, sharpness, detail, and brightness is as advanced as you can get. This really helps us in harnessing the best of our abilities,” Misa said.
At the event, LG also announced their offerings for the holidays, which include a partnership with Netflix (whose banner 2D animated film for the holidays is “Klaus”) and sharing their blessings with the children of Shelter of Hope, who are cancer patients.
- Watch “Klaus”, Netflix’s 2D animation Christmas film offer, on an LG OLED TV
- LG brings joy to the cancer children patients of Shelter of Hope