Samsung's Halloween SmartThings Tech Display
Samsung Halloween display demonstrates the power of its SmartThing technology.
17:02 31 October 2020
In celebration of this year's Halloween, Samsung Electronics has created a show-stopping display showcasing the connective power of its SmartThings technology. The giant tech company worked on a 300-year-old house and installed lights, sounds and security cameras that were all controlled by the Smart Thing app on a Samsung Galaxy S20 and QLED TV.
The show was created using a state-of-the-art projecting map and featured a custom-built 13ft high mechanical skeleton and field of rotating pumpkins. It also featured dance troupe Empire alongside leading SFX make-up artist and influence Ellie Hand-McCready.
Kyle Brown, Head of Connected Living Solutions, Samsung UK said: “We wanted to showcase how SmartThings technology works in a fun and interactive way. The Halloween House display demonstrates the simple capabilities on a mass scale and the how to guides simplifies further how people can replicate this at home. SmartThings allows you to control the tech in your home with a touch of a button and is compatible with a wide range of connected devices. Check out our video guides on how to use SmartThings to get your home Halloween ready, from lighting up pumpkins to activating smoke machines and keeping an eye out for trick or treaters.”
Samsung SmartThings is currently one of the largest open ecosystems of connected devices, with over 150million users worldwide. The platform has been specifically designed to allow consumers to monitor and control a wide range of devices using their phones.