The villain threatens to detonate every nuclear missile in the world in just 24 hours. Top agents Jane and Michael are on a mission to stop the nuclear launch. In the course of their mission, Jane and Michael come head-to-head with a series of traps set by the villain. Their split second choice will change the fate of Earth.
Same Mission, Different Outcomes
LCD or OLED?
Experience the different outcomes depending on the choices you make.
Mission 1 Unveil the Painting
Jane has infiltrated the villain’s headquarters.
Here, she encounters her first missionㅡa trap laid out by the villain.
"It just seems like a black image…"
In the villain's lair, she discovers an unidentified object. On the LCD screen, it appears to be a black painting.
"Where was the fuse…?"
But it was a bomb, not a painting! Where could the villain have hidden the fuse wire?
What went wrong here?
The agent is devastated by his failed missionㅡall because he could not see the details in the dark screen.
"Jane, stop! It’s a bomb, watch out!"
In the same situation, a fine silver fuse wire is shown clearly in the black background of the painting. Aha! This is a bomb disguised as a painting.
"Hey, chicken, you were actually kinda cool over there."
Mission accomplishedㅡall thanks to OLED's "perfect black" that displays intricate details even in darkness.
Perfect Black, OLED
Perfect black and intricate display of details are possible in OLED because each individual pixel can be turned off. Succeed in your mission by discovering a wispy fuse wire in the black background.
Mission 2 Get past the trap
Infiltrating deeper inside, Jane and Michael are blocked by laser tripwires. They must identify each and every beam in order to map out an escape route.
"Michael, this place is full of traps. Find me a route."
Jane goes deeper into the villain's lair. This time, she has to overcome a trap made of laser tripwires. Jane asks Michael to communicate the infiltration route.
"What?! Why is there a trap here? Michael?"
As they carry on with infiltration following the route displayed on the LCD screen, the alarm goes off as they run into a trap the display failed to show.
How’d the trap pop up out of nowhere?
Mission failed—due to laser tripwires LCD has failed to display.
"Wow, what’s all this? Jane, time for yoga."
Same situation, but this time with OLED displaying the laser wires ahead. Now the array of beams is clearer than ever.
Jane cautiously passes every single ray and navigates her way through the laser grid. Finally, she reaches the door and opens it.
Again, OLED’s self-emissive pixels help them complete the second mission!
100% Live Pixel, OLED
As opposed to an LCD panel that cannot properly express the brightness of laser due to the limitations of local dimming, OLED’s self-lighting pixels help them accomplish the mission by precisely presenting the intricate laser grid even in the deepest of darkness.
Mission 3 Find the Real Villain!
Finally, Jane reaches the end game. Yet, there are three identical villains. Who is the real one?
"What’s this… three villains?"
The final mission—a clash with three villains! There’s only one real culprit and so is the opportunity to identify the right one.
"From here, it looks purple on the LCD!"
On the LCD screen, villains appear in purple for Michael and blue for Jane.
The difference between the color they see with their eyes and what appears on the display fazes the agents. At the moment of commotion, the nuclear bomb detonates.
Would it have been different if it was OLED?
Mission failed—due to inaccurate color presentation. Had it been OLED, would they have been able to succeed?
"Got it! The colors match perfectly! It’s the one in the middle! Take it apart!"
This time, Jane and Michael are able to discern the real culprit among the three of them as OLED displays the exact color of the villain’s clothes.
"This is my gift for you, cherish it forever."
Thanks to OLED’s 100-percent color accuracy, Jane lunges herself at the real villain and thwarts the plot to set off the nuclear bomb.
100% Color Fidelity, OLED
Powered by OLED’s accurate color presentation with a precision of 100%, what they see with their eyes and what’s displayed on the screen are exactly the same, letting them find the exact clothes and nail the real villain.