Jump into the world of SmartThings at Future Gen House – Samsung Newsroom in Malaysia

After the push notification sound, a dance battle stage appears along with flashing lights in front of you and your friends. This is just a small part of the modern virtual experience available at Future Gen House.

Future Gen House is where Gen Z can fully immerse themselves in the super connected experience offered by Samsung Electronics’ SmartThings.

The SmartThings app provides a comprehensive device-connected experience that adapts to the user’s lifestyle. It not only connects Samsung products and services, but also other smart devices. Televisions, refrigerators, washing machines, air conditioners, etc. are organically connected to create a personal space and experience according to user requirements.

To identify and connect Gen Z with SmartThings, I created the Samsung Future Gen House.

Building on the popular Gen Z trend of home sharing, the Future Gen House is packed with a suite of Samsung products, all connected to SmartThings.

Inside the Future Gen House, each space is designed and organized around one of five different Gen Z interest categories, including: gaming, entertainment, sports and fitness, cooking, and design. There are also common spaces, such as the living room and dining room, where visitors can interact and interact with each other.

Generation Z Samsung collaborators from Future Generation Lab, influential Generation Z, and college students moved home and lived together at the house for two weeks. Over time, they have interacted with Samsung and SmartThings products and created unique scenarios based on their preferences and lifestyles.

Take a look at some exciting and unique experiences for visitors to Generation Z at the Future Gen House in the videos below:

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Remote Dance Battle – Enjoy real-time online dance battles with your friends

When a friend sends you a text with a specific keyword, the default teleportation mode is automatically activated by recognizing the keywords. The Sero, Samsung 4K Smart TV and smart lighting are powered on, and the smartphone screen connects to the Sero through the Smart View feature during a video call.

Now it’s time to enjoy the remote dance battle with your friends. You can change the color of the lighting with a smart button to set the mood. With SmartThings, users can enjoy a superior connection experience with their loved ones, even when they are far away.

Your own gym, gym and our gym: create your own gym by tagging on your smartphone

Turn your communal fitness room into your own home gym with SmartThings. Simply name your smartphone on a poster NFC on the wall and enjoy your fitness mode. Fitness mode, which is selected by default by users, features activities such as dancing, yoga and boxing mode. Create your personal space anywhere with SmartThings.

Surprise Birthday Party: A super easy way to prepare a surprise party

The moment you turn off the stove after preparing a meal for your friend’s birthday, the default birthday party mode is activated. message is displayed “happy birthday” On the screen of The Frame, Samsung’s lifestyle TV, the space where the party will take place is decorated with lights. This birthday party mode setup is easy to use in SmartThings, users can enjoy precious moments and create lasting memories on special occasions.

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SmartThings Mural Challenge: Create your own mural with the click of the S Pen

With SmartThings, you can bring your piece of art into a room and create a mural with it. With a single click of the S Pen button, the preset mural mode creates the perfect mood allowing you to design a mural. When you connect the Galaxy Tab S8+ to The Freestyle, Samsung’s easy-to-use portable projector, you can display your artwork on a wall and simply draw on it, allowing you to easily create a new piece of art.

SmartThings scenarios created at Future Gen House in Korea and the UK have been turned into videos and shared as a 30-episode series. These videos use the fast-paced editing style popular with Generation Z, along with catchy and addictive songs that repeat key messages like “Future Gen House”, “SmartThings” and “#LiveYourFree”. These videos can be found on Samsung’s official Instagram, TikTok and YouTube accounts, as well as on the Instagram or TikTok accounts of participants since August 11. In the second half of this year, the Future Generation Lab will open at the Future Gen House in more countries, including Latin America, the Middle East and Southeast Asia.

Terry Alexander

"Award-winning music trailblazer. Gamer. Lifelong alcohol enthusiast. Thinker. Passionate analyst."

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