Jan.7, 2014

Korean electronics giant Samsung Electronics opened key interactive Galaxy experiences at the Samsung booth, CES 2014. As mobile technology takes center stage at this year's show, Samsung is taking its position as an industry leader to new heights with a series of interactive partner showcase displays at the booth. Samsung is also partnering with 3D Systems to showcase the possibilities of 3D printing for consumers.

Samsung's Galaxy Note devices are built for simplifying design and creation. By partnering with 3D Systems, Samsung is able to show in a live demonstration how easy it might be for consumers to take their creative process one step further and render their designs in 3D, opening up a whole new world of design possibilities. 3D Systems has developed an application that will allow Samsung Galaxy Note users to design and create special 3D printed coins which can then be inserted into specially design Galaxy Note cases and objects. The catch is a concept designed for the CES 2014. Users can choose from three templates: a plain-faced Simple Coin, an Olive Wreath or Poker Chip. Visitors to the booth will also get the chance to create various objects on Galaxy Note devices and send them off to be professionally printed on a newly launched Cube 3 3D printer.

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