Samsung opens Innovation Museum to showcase evolution of electronics

Samsung opens Innovation Museum to showcase evolution of electronics

Taking a shift from the smartphone business to educate people, Samsung has opened its Innovation Museum in Suwon, Korea. The five-story 10,950 square-meter Samsung Innovation Museum is dedicated to exploring the past, present and future of the electronics industry. There are three exhibition halls to showcase evolution of electronics from the earliest electrical creations of Michael Faraday, Thomas Edison and Graham Bell and also give a glimpse into the future to learn about innovations to come.

Samsung Innovation Museum

Samsung Innovation Museum

At the opening of Samsung Innovation Museum, Oh-Hyun Kwon Vice Chairman and CEO of Samsung Electronics, said;

“The Samsung Innovation Museum brings together some of the true historical masterpieces of electronics innovation. These inventions laid the technological foundation that allowed us to develop and refine products that enhance lives today. The museum gives visitors an opportunity to see where we’ve come from and also see where Samsung draws inspiration from to continue to create category defining products.”

Visiting the Innovation Museum, enable visitors to learn about more than 150 historical items by visiting Exhibition Hall 1 and the Hall 2. Besides, Exhibition Hall 3 exhibits current and future of the electronics.

The Korean giant has made Exhibition Hall 1 to tell the story of the dawn of the electronics industry between the 18 and 19 centuries which include the innovative and historic inventions by Michael Faraday, Thomas Edison and Graham Bell. Exhibition Hall 2, on the other side, has three zones to showcase innovations from the avenues of semiconductor, display and mobile. Lastly, Exhibition Hall 3 is designed to showcase Samsung’s vision for the future and also displays its most advanced technology. The Hall featured a Theater with 180-degree UHD panorama screen, Product Gallery and nanum gallery.

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