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The stage was by far the coolest part of Samsung’s Note 8

The Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2017 event on August 23, 2017 in New York.
Image: DON EMMERT/AFP/Getty Images

At Samsung’s Unboxed event on Wednesday, the tech giant unveiled its Galaxy Note 8. And sure, the phone seems nice, it probably won’t explode— fine, whatever. 

But could we pause phone chat to talk about the stage for a minute?

The stage at Samsung’s Note 8 event was easily the coolest part of the show. During presentations from Samsung executives, it doubled as a massive screen on which they projected giant 3D-images of floating smartphones. 

Look at that tiny Samsung executive.

Image: samsung

Image: samsung

These huge  image displays are made possible by 3D projection mapping, popular at high-profile events like Samsung’s. Per Popular Science, this works thanks to multiple powerful projectors anchored from above that beam animations down onto the stage.

Overall, a pretty neat way to give a huge audience a (seemingly) closer look at Samsung’s latest tech.

Read more: http://mashable.com/2017/08/23/samsung-note-8-event-stage/

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