The Samsung Electric Playground at Vivid and the Galaxy Studio at the First Fleet Park, Circular Quay in Sydney from Friday 24 May to Saturday 15 June are a must see.
GadgetGuy was among the select few to preview the Samsung Electric Playground at Vivid and let me tell you the 3,000 square metres is a must see.
The first space, the Samsung Electric Playground, is a celebration of light, sound and imagination powered by advanced mobile technology.
Those lucky enough to be in Sydney for Vivid can explore a multitude of experiences spanning an area over four basketball courts in size. These experiences are inspired by what the new Galaxy S10+ can do. Reverse charge poles light up when you place a Qi phone against them, and you fingerprint placed on Samsung’s ultrasonic under glass detector reveals your true colours.
There are more than 320 dynamic light poles, 23 of which
will they can control directly; a light up dance floor; a 6.5-metre illuminated
Infinity Slide; and an elevated view of picturesque Sydney Harbour from the Sky
Walk platform amongst other must-see attractions.
The Samsung Galaxy Studio is, as you would expect all about the Samsung Galaxy S10 – although the product is not overtly in your face.
There is a room where your heartbeat (courtesy of the S10+) lights up a field of fibre optics and another where your iris inspires some fabulous images.
It is also the one easy place to see Samsung’s mobiles and wearables
including the new Galaxy S10 5G launching on 28 May. If you own a recent
Samsung phone, you can also get a free custom made a cover for it.
Finally, the Studio a one-of-a-kind interactive art piece by
up-and-coming Australian artist George Rose and an Instagram area to provide the
most Instagram-able experience at Vivid Sydney. Instagram’s trainers will be on
hand at select times throughout the festival to teach guests how to expertly
capture and share their Vivid Sydney content.
The Samsung Electric Playground features
Multiple Galaxy S10 devices in fixed locations control many experiences while other S10s will be carried by assistants who will be on hand to capture guests’ experiences.
An LED-illuminated slide standing 6.5 metres
Visitors’ exit moments will be captured on a
Galaxy S10 for them to share
Climb the stairs to the elevated level of the Sky Walk to
take in the impressive views of Sydney Harbour and the Electric Playground.
With six vantage points, you’ll be able to capture that special selfie moment
against a spectacular backdrop.
An illuminated, interactive LED dancefloor when stepped on,
tiles react with playful colours and effects
Guests can capture their moves at strategically placed
Galaxy S10 photo stands surrounding the dancefloor
Pillars of Light
A field full of Pillars of Light, celebrating the Galaxy
S10’s PowerShare functionality
With charge points mounted on the pillars throughout,
visitors can hold their compatible smartphones to them to share their power and
charge their phones or alternatively simply touch the Galaxy S10s to enable the
light to pulse and change colour
Visitors can immerse themselves into a field of smaller
interactive illuminated reeds to capture unique photo moments
Guests can create patterns of colour and light using
Every 30 minutes the Electric Playground will burst into
Each show is a 45-second celebration of colour and light,
all programmed by world-renowned lighting designer Steve Nield, who has worked
in the field for over 35 years
Samsung Galaxy Studio and Instagram
A partnership between Samsung and Instagram has been
designed to help guests capture the ultimate sharable moment. Samsung Galaxy
Studio features include:
Takes inspiration from the Galaxy S10’s TrueEye feature