Photos from Samsung Innovation Museum
- 32 moving screens greet visitors.
- The museum is five stories high and 10,950 square meters in total.
- The Age of Inventors exhibition hall.
- Alexander Graham Bell's 1875 telephone behind an interactive transparent display.
- The Maytag electric motor washing machine and Hoover vacuum cleaner that inspired Samsung’s home appliances division.
- A video describes the history of the home appliances market.
- Samsung identifies the Apple II as the "first home computer."
- The museum highlights phones from the past, including the IBM Simon Personal Communicator, Samsung's SCH-V200 camera phone, and the Motorola StarTAC flip phone.
- Smartwatches may be a hot topic in 2014, but Samsung released this Watch Phone back in 1999.
- Samsung engraved its design principles and corporate values on the wall.
- The Samsung History Hall tells the company's story through a series of boxes
- Samsung's vision for the future of wearable computing includes watches, clothing, pendants, and eyewear.
- The Televisor, invented by John Logie Baird, was the first TV sold to the public back in 1930.
- Econo, Samsung's black-and-white TV from 1975. This was one of the company's first TV successes, capitalizing on the demand for energy-efficient products; by 1978, Samsung had over 40 percent of the market in South Korea.
- Samsung's Galaxy S II was a huge hit for the company, selling more than 40 million units.