Kite aerial photography with Nokia N900s.

| September 10, 2010 | Reply

As part of the “It’s not the technology: It’s what you do with it” series, here’s another look at one of the Push N900 winners.

Kite aerial photography with Nokia N900s. The N900 isn’t just attached to a kite. Another N900 can control the motors of the rig the aerial N900 is attached to, so you have a degree of control of photo composition. You get a live feed of the camera on the ground N900.

[YOUTUBE=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vPDIOAto0Ao]

Cheers WOM Tom :)

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  • Keith

    I’m loving this marketing campaign man, this REALLY proves how powerful Nokia phones are unlike *other phones* that are all about the 1GHz processor and 512 RAM while they can’t really do too much………

    • http://www.inacurate.wordpress.com Inacurate

      It’s exactly as said…it’s not the technology, but what you do with it.

      More powerful technology is great, but when it’s only more powerful because the OS is bloated, it doesn’t net you anything extra! Just more marketing gimmicks. Apple is well known for it, Google isn’t really doing it, but the perception IS there that’s for sure.