Samsung continues to be heavily involved in this years Olympic Games. Not only are they giving Note8’s out to Olympians, they’re setting up an Olympic Showcase for all to experience. The Olympic Showcase, which will have nine different locations including in Olympic Parks and Olympic Villages, will have a variety of interactive experiences for attending fans to experience Samsung’s innovative technology firsthand. A few of the experiences include, but are not limited to:
- Immersive VR Experiences: Unique VR experiences powered by the Galaxy Note8 will allow fans to escape into exhilarating moments on the fresh mountain slopes in snowboarding and skeleton as well as escape to space in Mission to Space VR: A Moon for All Mankind’ – available to consumers to experience for the first time. Other experiences include simulated skiing adventures.
- Playful Experiences: Promoting the playful side of technology, Portrait Pool allows visitors to turn their “selfies” into painted characters for social sharing, S Pen Gallery to create own portraits with Galaxy Note8 and S pen as a paintbrush, Infinity Moment to create user-generated content with the Galaxy Note8.
- Kids Lounge: A dedicated kids lounge in a hands-on zone, where kids can play, learn and explore Samsung products and expand their creativity through hands-on experience.
- Smart Home (IoT): Multi-Device and futuristic demos powered by mobile technology that showcases the IoT, helping visitors to imagine the future lifestyle.
- Unbox Samsung: The journey of ‘Unbox Samsung’ where visitors can experience the Living History of Samsung since 1988 when the first mobile phone was launched.
“For two decades as a Worldwide Olympic Partner, Samsung has connected fans, visitors and athletes from around the world with our latest technological innovations, which have now evolved to also include immersive experiences,” said Younghee Lee, CMO, and Executive Vice President, Samsung Electronics. “We’re delighted to share Samsung’s latest mobile technologies and products so fans and athletes can enjoy new, unique experiences while at the Olympic Winter Games.”
Last Updated on February 7, 2018.