Welcome to the December edition of In Life from Samsung
Here at Samsung, we believe technology can change the world. We’re always on
the lookout for new ways to break boundaries, reinvent the usual and do things
In this edition, we take a look at how AI is enabling voice-activated appliances,
Jessica Quinn uses the S Pen to create an incredible art piece for her prosthetic
and Thievery Studios and the Note 8 add a new twist to runway photography at
New Zealand Fashion Week.
The fridge that speaks your language
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is rapidly transforming the way we interact with our home
appliances and Samsung’s Family Hub refrigerator is leading the way.
This highly intelligent fridge now comes enabled with Bixby Voice, so you can
check the weather, build shopping lists and play Spotify just by speaking to it.
It’s just the beginning too. The home of the future will be full of seamlessly
connected, smart objects that can all be programmed to your personal
From prosthetic to art piece
Jess Quinn was only nine when she lost her leg to bone cancer, but has since
achieved more than many able-bodied people.
Now an advocate for body positivity with over 160,000 Instagram followers, she
recently collabourated with Auckland artist Andrew J Steel to create a unique
artwork for her blade prosthetic.
See how they used the Live Sketch feature on a Galaxy Note 8 with the S Pen to
brainstorm a series of highly personal drawings, which Steel then ‘tattooed’ onto
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Capturing the buzz fresh off the runway
For New Zealand Fashion Week, photography studio Thievery collabourated with
fashion house WORLD to capture imagery with a twist on the new Samsung
Galaxy Note 8.
Rather than a traditional DSLR camera, director/photographer Garth Badger,
along with his team of five photographers, only used smartphones to snap real-
time images that were posted straight to Instagram, so fans who couldn’t make it
to the show could experience the energy of the moment.
‘My favourite feature is the live focus’ he says. ‘I’m shooting pictures with a
smartphone that I never thought would be possible.’