When Design Meets Technology: The Future of TV Design

on October 29, 2012
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Imagine a room packed with the world’s most innovative minds and creators of future media.


The atmosphere is electric. Conversations are alive, with idea being exchanged left and right. You could almost see light bulbs blinking over people’s heads.

At the WIRED 2012 conference in London, this dream-like scene became a reality.

On October 25th to 26th, the world’s leading innovators, inventors, and entrepreneurs gathered at The Brewery in London to network and share their visions for the future.



As the headline partner for WIRED 2012, Samsung Electronics prepared a special display section called, “Design Meets Technology.” The most active discussions took place inside this showcase room, as it provided the perfect space for delegates to network in between conference sessions.



Fittingly for the theme of “Design Meets Technology,” the exhibition itself presented a balance between analogue art and Samsung TV products. The room was also furnished with an exclusive Samsung SMART TV booth, where guests can get their hands on the latest 75’’ ES9000 model for an interactive TV experience.



People who tried out the new ES9000 SMART TV were blown away not just by its gigantic 75’’ screen, but also its innovative motion control, voice and face recognition features, as well as the beautiful design aesthetics.



Speaking of “Design Meets Technology,” here are some professional insights on the future of TV design, based on ideas from the distinguished delegates of WIRED 2012.



With a right collaboration between creative minds and technology, we may not have to wait so long to see such innovative future design ideas of TV come to life. As the world’s leading TV manufacturer, Samsung should be able to bring more inventively advanced TVs into our homes in the near future.


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