Samsung has some of the most versatile televisions in the industry. Recently, Samsung set up The Terrace outdoor TV at the center of the Postojna Cave Park in Slovenia, which is “the world’s most captivating cave with magnificent formations and diverse fauna.” More than one million visitors visit the cave a year to see the magnificent formations shaped by tiny droplets over millions of years.
The Postojna Cave Park is home to a few hundred Olms, which are the unique inhabitants of the cave, also considered to be “baby dragons.” They are reportedly considered the largest cave-dwelling animals that can survive without food for 10 years and live up to 100 years. Since these are so fascinating, the setting up of the Samsung The Terrace TV (65-inch) inside the Slovenian cave provides the visitors with a unique and immersive experience to closely observe the Olms.
The Terrace TV is perfect for the cave since it can withstand extreme weather conditions. It is IP55 certified by the International Electrotechnical Commission for water and dust resistance. Moreover, it can also work perfectly well in different weather conditions, even at temperatures as low as minus 31 degrees to 50 degrees Celsius. Furthermore, with features such as anti-reflection technology, and AI picture optimization, visitors are guaranteed high and pure visibility of the cave, thanks to The Terrace TV.
The Terrace TV has two versions: Full Sun and Partial Sun. The Partial Sun variant can reach 2,000+ nits of brightness. The Terrace TV uses the 4K QLED panel that can reach high luminosity and has an anti-glare and anti-reflection design for the best outdoor viewing experience. The TV also features Full Array Local Dimming for higher contrast. With a built-in 210W subwoofer, The Terrace TV is perfect for outdoor listening.
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