As previously posted, our launch campaign for the Nokia N8 features a number of real-life examples of innovative hacks and modifications folks have devised using Nokia tech. Because it's not about the technology, it's what you do with it. Here are a couple more.
Professor Daniel Fletcher has created the CellScope - a microscopic device which, when attached to the Nokia N8 handset, produced life-saving technology. With his invention, he has helped diagnose fatal diseases in remote areas of developing countries.
Below is 'Dot', a film we created for Nokia in partnership with Aardman Animations, which is shot entirely on the N8 using CellScope technology - and features a tiny 9mm girl. Dot is, we believe, the smallest-ever stop-motion animated character in a film.
And here is a lovely 'making of' film shot by our very own Nico Englebrecht
Lady Bna-nas, Madcheeze and Introcept are street artists from Australia. But for the 2009 Push N900 competition (run by our friends over at Hyper www.54321hyper.com), they were known as the Light Hack Crew. They love graffiti but they also share a passion for technology. So they created an electronic spray can and hooked it up to a Nokia N900. The spray can creates an LED light source and the hacked N900 captures the beautiful time-lapse images.