[Video] See How Samsung’s Relúmĭno App Helped a Talented Pianist Prepare for His Big Debut

on December 20, 2017
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Recently, Korean pianist Young-suh Noh’s incredible talents captured the attention of renowned composer Maria Leontjewa, who was so inspired by his ability to produce enchanting music despite his visual impairment that she dedicated a piano piece to him and invited him to debut it himself at a concert in Germany.


Young-suh reads music with his peripheral vision, scanning each note up close until he’s memorized the entire piece. In the video below, see how Samsung’s vision-enhancing app, Relúmĭno, helped Young-suh see his sheet music more clearly and master his piece just in time for the big premiere.



Relúmĭno, selected as a C-lab project – Samsung’s in-house incubator program – in May 2016, was designed by Samsung employees to help visually impaired people and was first revealed at the Mobile World Congress 2017.

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