mobile

Mobile Jam

This project explores the possibility of using mobile phones as a tool for creating music and aims. In this project we have considered mobile phones as a tool for creating music and target developments with this aim. Our research mainly looks at the following two directions:
1. Mobile phones as remote controls
2. Mobile phones as stand-alone musical instruments

Bycall

Bycall is a bicycle alarm, which transmits warning sign from the bicyclist to the radiostations in the cars, within a radius of 15 meters.

MobMov

By the help of mobile internet and GPS we can delegate files to some certain place which can only be available at that given place. With this technic we can create a database which is accessible for everybody.
This databank can contain messages, pictures and what is mayb the most important, videos, which make the best of wideband mobile internet.

Mobile Hero

Mobile Hero is a prototype of a brand new j2me based mobile game, with witch you can play your favourite songs with your mobile phone. While you are playing, the game shows you when and which button to press (and hold down). If you do well, you can hear your favourite hit. Of course its not as easy as it seems...

AniMobil

AniMobil is animation software which utilizes mobile phone cameras to make stop-motion animation. The result can be saved as an animated gif and uploaded, as an avatar or, as a simple video to be used for example on YouTube.

ATTAKK

The visitor to !REVOLUTION? international exhibition is spammed by an unsolicited mobile phone media message (bluejacking) in every 15 minutes. The message arrives in the form of a picture, video or a sound file representing major turning points in 20th century Hungarian history. These media messages point to the common features of 1919 (shortlived communist takeover and the resulting “white terror”, a farright dictatroship), 1956 (uprising against the Soviet occupation), 1989 (collapse of communism, system adjustments) and 2006 (anti-governmental and police clashes).

Mobile gesture interfaces

Nowadays, we interact with mobile phones via 15-20 small buttons, which makes it extremely hard to reach certain functions. To write the word "hello" needs 15 button presses on an average mobile. We also need long keystrokes to find someone in the contact list with hundreds of names. Voice dialling has been available for many years, but it isn't reliable at noisy places, and we just don't feel confortable to talk to our phones when others are listening.

Mobile Jam

Jamming with mobile phones
Music sharing website

Our goal is to create musical content that was specifically created using (interconnected) mobile phones by utilizing phone interfaces that radically expand music-making competency for a larger number of people. Mobile musicians could create increasingly more complex sound loops from samples and they could mix and manipulate the created music further .

Rotary cellphone

Rotary cellphone is conventional inside, but retro designed outside. You can connect your mobile device to this phone via bluetooth. Then dial the number and call anybody you want, with your own cellphone.

Some years before, when rotary phones were usual, nobody could imagine, that some years after phones will be chordless. Using this phone is a good opportunity to remember, that the technology is developing by leaps and bounds.

CityScout

CityScout is a mobile application which provides information on nearby places. There are many similar applications. CityScout stands out from these by not requiring a GPS device for its positioning but using mobile cells instead.

Syndicate content