So many things for me to love.
And the guy who made the video also made this, which I think is cute:
I spent my Sunday afternoon making this. Sophie said “why?”.
I was really just using it as an excuse to learn a bit about how iMovie 09 works. And as soon as I stumbled across the beat matching feature I knew I had to do this.
Here’s a new thing that Poke have just finished. Well it’s not completely new. It’s taken a bit of time to get out into the world for various reasons. in fact some of the very eagle-eyed amongst you might have noticed that I posted some of these clips once before – then they vanished ;-)
We spoke to Motorola about how they could do something that was a kind of hybrid between content and product demo (I blogged a couple of other examples that cropped up during research phase). Anyway they liked the idea and wanted us to create something a little different.
These videos are what we ended up with. In each one of them David Elsewhere ‘illustrates’ a key feature of the phone in a way that only he could…
The clips are totally new to YouTube (I just posted them right now) so don’t be surprised if they’ve had 3 views each – maybe they’ll never get more than 3 views. Who knows?
ModeShift: feature that allows you to switch between music and phone mode in one click
Camera: it should be obvious what a camera is
HapticTouch: A thing that makes it feel like there’s buttons, but there aren’t really…
CrystalTalk: for clear voice calls
The phone can be found here: http://direct.motorola.com/hellomoto/rokre8/
There’s a YouTube channel that contains all the clips here: http://www.youtube.com/user/motopoke. Or the official Motorola site is here (containing higher quality versions of the videos if that’s your bag).