Showing posts with label Cara Delevingne and Samsung. Show all posts
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Thursday, October 24, 2019

Cara Delevingne and Samsung Unveil the World’s First Selfie Sent into Space at Star-studded Event in London

Samsung Electronics today unveiled the world's very first selfie delivered to distance, captured by celebrity, design and philanthropist Cara Delevingne and revealed for the first time throughout a celebrity-filled event in the newly-opened Samsung KX adventure distance. The selfie is that the first of several which Samsung will lift in the stratosphere this month as part of SpaceSelfie, a mission to give everybody the opportunity to receive their face in distance.

The second was commemorated with a epic set selfie, shot by Cara herself, also featured A-list event attendees such as; Italian rapper, singer and songwriter Fedez, best called a judge to the Italian X Factor and his 2019 hit'Holding Out For You' including Zara Larsson.

Cara Delevingne stated,"I am honored to be Samsung's SpaceSelfie pioneer! To observe, I wished to choose the very first group selfie to visit distance.

In 2014, the planet's most famed selfie accepted by Ellen DeGeneres in the Oscars was shot on a Samsung Galaxy Note3. Five decades after, Samsung has taken it one step farther with this very first SpaceSelfie, recorded on Delevingne's Galaxy S10.

SpaceSelfie gives users the opportunity to combine Cara in distance by uploading a photograph to Samsung's'Mission Control' site:

Pictures will then be chosen randomly, exhibited on Galaxy S10 5G's 6.7-inch display and recorded utilizing a exceptional perspective of earth as the background. This photograph is going to be transmitted back down to ground because of its owner to discuss on social networking.

"Tonightwe made history by unveiling the initial selfie delivered into space. Our persistent pioneering spirit continues to demonstrate that amazing things occur on a Samsung displays -- even in the stratosphere." We always violate the bounds of what's possible with invention and tonight's SpaceSelfie launching is not any different."

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