Galaxy Note II drives liquid pixel display project

Okay, so it’s a promo film for the new Android-based Samsung Galaxy Note II, but I think it is well worth an airing and a sharing. I don’t know much about interactive water art, but I know what I like…

Watch the work of Steak Studio, over ten days, on its “liquid pixel display project”, where 408 fish pumps, via 3,000 connections, are wirelessly controlled from the phablet and its S Pen.

“A clever combination of water-jets, electronics and programming,” says Samsung.

The concept was created by Daniel Kupfer and the video was created by Jam and directed by James Morton-Hamworth from Grama Film.

Tags: Android, Galaxy Note, Samsung, video

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