Lumia 1520 x 35 = Nokia Skirt

Nokia Skirt

New York Fashion Week may have just ended, but London Fashion Week is about to start. To celebrate, Nokia’s made a cutting-edge interactive skirt for the occasion. How’d they do it? By putting together 35 Lumia 1520’s they were able to make the piece to celebrate London Fashion Week 2014.

Nokia teamed up with designer Fyodor Golan to make the interactive skirt. The images on the screens of all those Lumia 1520’s change color as the dress moves. This helps to create a synchronized shimmering effect. Nokia made a custom app for the skirt to get the desired effect.

How many of you ladies would rock this skirt if given the chance? Hit up the link below to see more shots of the skirt!

Source: Nokia Conversations


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Lumia 1520 x 35 = Nokia Skirt


Totally would wear this....straight to the bank, cuz that skirt is worth bucks! Could there be a better reason for a dude to wear a skirt?

The skirt is only wearable in 5 minute increments before you have to tap and swipe up all the screens.

Only the phones with LCD displays have the ability to set the Lockscreen to Never timeout, AMOLED is limited due to the fact the screens can burn out. Its the same reason they don't make AMOLED Tvs, it doesn't have the necessary lifespan, AMOLED is used in phones because of how often a phone is put into sleep.

Nope after the first update, my 928 got a never option. Its currently set to never. However this is exactly why I prefer LCD to AMOLED. Even before I got never the screen already had burn-in issues. I hate apple, but now that I have an AMOLED phone, I know why they don't use it and completely agree with them for not using it.

Sam, where are you? It's very sad the fact you're not here with me in Brazil... I wanna spend the Valentine's Day with you!! haha! JstKding

Each lumia 1520 weight 209g
So... 209 X 35 (which im sure its not only 35) = 7 kilos and 315 grams
That is really heavy...

dear nokia,

i will miss your weird & wonderful craziness once the device section transfer to microsoft has been completed.

i somehow don't see MS trying a stunt like this.