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Hacked Samsung Galaxy Controls Interactive Water Art [Video]

Hacked Samsung Galaxy Controls Interactive Water Art [Video]
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To promote the new Galaxy Note II, Steak Studio used the device to control fish pumps and create an innovative liquid pixel display.

Emma Hutchings
  • 29 november 2012

Samsung‘s innovative ‘liquid pixel display project’ sees creative technology consultancy Steak Studio controlling 408 fish pumps wirelessly from the new Samsung Galaxy Note II. This resulted in a piece of interactive water art, with the liquid pixels drawn using the device and its S Pen technology. The project took 10 days and used over 3,000 connections, which were all fitted individually. Andrew Garrihy, corporate marketing director at Samsung UK, said:

We are extremely excited about the launch of this short film, the Galaxy Note II is all about creativity and what better way to showcase this than by working with the talented Steak Studio on such an innovative, world first.

You can check out the short film featuring the liquid pixel display below:

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