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Samsung Raises Temperature at CES 2013

on January 28, 2013

CES 2013 was a who’s who and what’s what of the latest and best technologies, but with so much to offer, you may be left wondering “What was hot at CES 2013?” We’ve compiled some of Samsung’s highlights into a video series, as a way to share our stories of design, video discovery, and our Product Innovation team (PIT).  Even if you missed CES 2013, you have the chance to catch what was hot!



Samsung’s Design Story



Samsung is known around the world for products with a sharp, unique design, but sometimes it’s easy to forget how much work goes into the design phase. Dennis Miloseski, head of design studio, Samsung Design America, shares how to think behind design, exciting new design strategies, and the principle behind Samsung’s design mantra “Make It Meaningful.”




Video Discovery



On Samsung Tomorrow TV, Tae Jin Kang, senior vice president, MSC, Samsung Electronics explains about video discovery, which takes contents and videos and aggregate across all devices for a seamless easy to-use interface. Users can discover contents easily and have them readily available. For example, TV channels are already set up automatically for the users, so users can simply click what content they want on the provided electronic program guide.  Kang explains how the original design idea was inspired by his wife. Check this video for more details.




Product Innovation Team 



Yoon C. Lee, vice president, PIT, Samsung Electronics, talks about how PIT approaches innovation differently.



Yoon explains the difference that Samsung brings to the process, which is the concept of repeatability in innovation, even though it’s subjective and ‘people dependent’. To get a better understanding, take a look at this video detailing more about the PIT process.



So in answer to the question “What was hot at CES 2013?”, Samsung delivered some red-hot innovation, and the rest of 2013 looks to be even hotter!



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