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Video: CNET is impressed with Nokia's Push N900 Project! #PushN900

| February 12, 2010 | Reply

Last Thursday, London hosted Nokia’s Push N900 event; a project exceeding just app development but pushing boundaries on what you expect a phone to do.

CNET’s filmed a video to showcase some of these brilliant N900 hacks (N900 will publish their own official showcase video soon). CLICK to head to CNET

They’re very impressive indeed; the three below I could see myself having a use for:

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  • I really like the practicality of the haptic belt which guides you to your destination without having to look at your phone. [The Haptic Guide]
  • Pretty cool was the motorized N900 controlled camera rig (which was then, stuck to a kite for controlled aerial photography) [KAPing with the N900]
  • The light grafiti was very intruiging. I’ve always wanted the possibility of having extended exposure options on a phone camera to create some stunning and creative light illusions. [Light Hack Crew]

CNET via Nokia via MickyFin

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