If anyone needs extra RGB lighting in their life, LG’s new MoodUp fridge has you covered. refrigerator, which is the South Korean electronics giant Announced this week at IFA in Berlin, it has LED light panels on the front that can light up in over a dozen different colors (22 for the upper panel, 19 for the lower panel). There’s also a built-in bluetooth speaker (I know).
You control the light panel through LG’s app, where there’s a range of preset color schemes to match different seasons and moods. But of course, you can also take full control to create the wonderfully ugly kitchen color scheme of your own making. It took me this kind of disgust to show up during an in-person performance on the show floor, and it was quite a bit.
(For whatever reason, LG chose to display its MoodUp fridge with a mirror at a 45-degree angle, which is why it looks like there are three refrigerators in the photo below.)
Where things get really interesting is when you pair these light panels with the fridge’s Bluetooth speakers, where the panels are able to flash in time to accompany the music. You know how everyone jokes that the best house parties always happen in the kitchen? Well, LG is taking this literally.
From a more functional standpoint, the MoodUp is packed with sensors to flash if you accidentally leave one of its doors open, or automatically illuminate to guide you toward a midnight snack.
It’s an interesting response to Samsung’s range of bespoke refrigerators, which are available in a range of different colors to suit the style of your home. Earlier this year, Samsung will also print custom images For an even more personal look in front of them. The great thing about this colorful design from LG is that you can change the colors of your fridge with a single tap. When they’re not illuminated, LG says the fridge offers a combination of gray and white color schemes “for a more traditional look.”
Oh, and the LG MoodUp also serves as a fridge, where LG promises “advanced refrigeration and smart technologies for better food freshness and better convenience.” LG’s press images show MoodUp fridges that are either one or two doors wide, and there’s also a model with a window in the fridge door that lets you view its contents from the outside. There’s no word on pricing or a release date if you’re actually interested in buying this thing.
Photography by John Porter / The Verge
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