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What happens when you have monitors so high-end, so high-tech, so state of the art HD that people can't tell the HD monitor from real-life? Well, you might be in the presence of an LG monitor. The company has been using viral-esque means to promote their new line of monitors while using altered reality content to trick unsuspecting victims.
I don't know if that's really as shocking or as risky as the previous LG viral video that consisted of replacing the floor panels of an elevator with HD LG monitors. As people stepped into the elevator the floors would virtually fall in as if the elevator was an unstable box overhanging a pitfall that leads to certain death. I thought that video was pretty inventive and kind of generically entertaining.
The second video – while aiming for the risque factors – almost doesn't quite cut it. Also, I don't know if that would really tempt me to check into LG monitors quite like the first video, which you can check out right here.
It's too bad LG didn't release the specs on the monitors, but I guess this was more about brand recognition than actually trying to move product. Obviously the monitor has to be better than this sorry list of monitors from not too long ago.
If you don't already have a 1080p monitor like the Ezio Foris Smart Resolution then you can check out some of LG's gaming monitors over on their official website.