Seoul, KOREA ¶ Mar 5, 2012 (Whowired) – Samsung Electronics will sponsor a photo exhibition for the vision impaired. As part of its “How to Share Smart” campaign, Samsung will hold a photo show Insight at Yoo Art Space in Kangnam from March 6 to 11. In this event a hundred of pictures taken by the blind students at Hanbit School for the Visually Impaired will be on display.
The pictures on display can be “seen” through three additional senses, namely touch, hearing, and seeing through inner eyes. In order to facilitate the event, Samsung will provide smart devices such as the digital camera, smart TV, Galaxy Note, and Galaxy Tab.
The Samsung senior executive responsible for domestic marketing communication Son Jung-Hwan said, “We are happy to be of help in sharing inner lights and widening the depth of communication.” All the photos to be on display will be viewed on the “How to Share Smart” microsite (http://www.howtosharesmart.com) with videos on the photographer’s story and the making of the photos.
Sean Chung (email@example.com)
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