MIT Media Lab using Nokia N810s and Samsung Q1U in software project

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Wouldn’t all these N810 Internet Tablets stop you in your tracks too? They’re being used as part of an MIT project designed for free journalism, instant connectivity with surrounding devices, and wireless sharing. The software can run on mobile phones too.

The project leader demonstrated how quickly the devices discover and connect with each other by taking an image with the Samsung Q1U. Almost immediately, that image appeared on all the N810s of his choosing.

:: Live at CES 2009 from the Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 ::

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