I know the video is focused on snowboarding, but it correlates with us nonetheless. I wish the submissions were still open, but maybe some company could jump in with another technology producer (besides Nokia) to produce something similar for the ski industry.
When the Nokia Push project began back in September 2009, we helped re-imagine skating, kite aerial photography, city guides and more. But even we could not have imagined this.
In 2011, Nokia Push will be collaborating with the world's biggest snowboarding company, Burton Snowboards, to create a new type of connected snowboarding. Work has already started between Nokia and Burton, and the collaboration will be run in the spirit of the Push project -- transparently, and openly in beta.
idk, shes gotta know her way around 2 slices of bread and meat cheese and lettuce if you know what im sayin. - wh@t
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