Seeing is believing!

Designfever set out to create Samsung’s 2013 Smart TV Augmented Reality Simulator in a way that would let users display Smart TVs in their home through the use of AR technology and their mobile device. The application allows virtual objects to be displayed in real environments, allowing users to see what Smart TVs look like in their home using their phone or other smart device. Genius!
The user can experience a variety of Samsung Smart TV models including F8000, F6800, F7000, F8500 and S9 with ‘2013 Samsung Smart TV AR Simulator’ application. After the user decides between a standing or wall-mounted Smart TV, they are able to browse models off different sizes to see which TV looks best in their space.

Designer: Designfever

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