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VIDEO: Nokia puts on '4D' projection show in London for Lumia

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 01 Dec 2011 17:17 User comments (4)

VIDEO: Nokia puts on '4D' projection show in London for Lumia Nokia teams up with deadmau5 to bring iconic London tower to life.
Millbank was turned to darkness and each of the iconic tower's 800 windows were covered with vinyl. Using 16 powerful projectors located 300 meters away, across the river, 3D images were beamed onto the structure and put on a very neat looking show for spectators.

Remixes were played for the performance from producer deadmau5, which Nokia said "added the 4th dimension."

Surely the display looked stunning for anyone standing at the foot of the tower, but the video looks pretty awesome too.


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4 user comments

12.12.2011 0:47

That looked awesome...

22.12.2011 0:50

LoL...sound is the 4th dimension? You would think people smart enough to do something like this would realize that time is the 4th dimension and that sound travels on the first three.



32.12.2011 3:26

Originally posted by KillerBug:
LoL...sound is the 4th dimension? You would think people smart enough to do something like this would realize that time is the 4th dimension and that sound travels on the first three.
i thought the 4th demension was time and space.dont worry in years to come we will have more advanced 3d tvs called 5 and 6 dimensional tvs.

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42.12.2011 3:27

Originally posted by KillerBug:
LoL...sound is the 4th dimension? You would think people smart enough to do something like this would realize that time is the 4th dimension and that sound travels on the first three.
I believe they "might have been" talking "ad speak", but that's just a hunch. OTOH time is not actually the "4th dimension". It's one dimension in spacetime. Geometrical 4th dimension would be something different altogether.

But best leave it at that - let's just enjoy the video. =)


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