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- Samsung x KaDeWe - The Art of Innovation 2.0The Galaxy S10 | S10 + is the most powerful and innovative phone on the market. Samsung wanted to showcase some of its most impressive features in never-before-seen ways. To do more than just create innovative, eye-catching installations; we wanted to push the boundaries of what was possible within the windows and find new ways to let passersby interact with and affect what was inside. Further, we wanted every window to translate the features of the phone so people understood how components lik
- RSVP to Cheil Film Labs Sessions: The Future of Film! 27 JuneThe film production landscape is forever changing. Our latest Film Labs Session will focus on the hot topic of Virtual Reality Production. Join us and stay one step ahead as we watch, learn and experience the very best in VR from two of the industry's leaders.The perfect fusion of the physical and digital world, VR filmmaking offers up the opportunity for a diverse set of skills to come together to unlock a new type of storytelling. You’ll get to hear from cutting edge industry experts including
- Film Labs Talent | Internship OpportunityGetting a break as a young director is tough. Luckily, we've got just the thing. Cheil UK is a top 20 advertising agency rooted in digital and technology, and we're looking for hungry, talented and energetic directors looking to cut their teeth on some of the world's most famous brands during a six-month paid internship starting September 2019. You'll get to direct your own branded content film for one of our clients and learn how creative agencies pitch and develop projects. And we get fres7
- Tab S Event | SamsungIn 2013, Samsung introduced its new Galaxy Tab-S tablet with Amoled technology and the first screen that brought colours to life. For the launching, we decided to create LIVING COLORS: a live performance that represented the ability of Tab-S to display the colours. The movements of a professional dancer were captured with real-time Kinect technology and so, the colour particles came to life on a videowall.
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