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Nokia Push N8 - SKATE Graffiti

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Uploaded on Aug 26, 2011

The Nokia Push project is a celebration of ingenuity and open technology, showcasing the creativity of people and the power of Nokia devices.

Push Skating takes the world of skate games away from the games console and back to the streets by allowing skaters' boards to communicate with their Nokia N8 to score every single little move they make.

We challenged the Push community to showcase the Push Skating prototype in the most creative film treatments possible.

Now see how the SKATE Graffiti team demonstrate the Push Skating prototype with skaters battling against each other. Each time they beat the other skater's trick, the obstacle changes colour with their friends following the action from their living room through the skaters pushing their tricks to their social networks.

To find out more about Push N8: http://nokia.ly/kITlci




Credits:

A Ruthless production featuring Neil Smith and Casper Brooker

contact@ruthlessproductions.co.uk

Directed and Produced by Stew Game

Post production by Dave Paterson

Co-directed and Cinematography
Si Mulvaney
Mark Game
Jordan Maders

Edited by Stew Game

Music track by Jamie Colour http://www.jamiecolour.com

Big thanks to:
Mike Calvert, Slam City Skate Shop, Peter, LJ and Jamie @ whitegrounds skatepark, Tamryn Stowell, Kate Wiggall, Matt Game, Natty @ defcon records, Ben Bicknell, Sylvia WroBLAW!ska, Jake @ Slammcity, Paul Shier @ Blueprint, All on the Nokia Push team and everyone I forgot!

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