Yunchik Lee and Bomi Kim are the designers of Trollie which is pegged as “an adaptable household object,” featuring an OLED display and a modern design. The body of Trollie is monochromatic, light, and thin, boasting minimalist sensibilities. A small OLED display can be attached magnetically to the trolley. The mechanism allows for different configurations—including position and orientation. This feature allows the user to adapt the piece to specific needs. For example, one might want to have the screen at a lower level when working out and doing yoga or maybe they’d want to use it as traditional TV.
In addition, the wheels on the “adaptable household object” allow for it to be moved from room to room, effortlessly. Trollie was recognized for its forward-thinking design and is a finalist in the Dezeen and LG Display’s OLEDs Go! Competition.
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