Posted by: L | July 27, 2007

The Look of Lib: technology for swarms…

Cellphabet 1.0 on Saturday!
Do you know that ‘someone’ always knows where you are? Do you know that the mobile phone in your hand is always being watched by invisible eyes?

क्या आप् जानते हैं कि हर वक्त कुछ अद्रश्य नज़रें आपको देखती रहती हैं? आपके मोबाईल फ़ोन के ज़रिये..

In the 1982 film Namak Halal , Amitabh Bachchan famously declared: “I can talk in English, I can walk in English…because English is a very funny language.” This statement is no more a metaphor since the Cellphabet 1.0 – a radical new system to convert the movement of a mobile phone into plain English text.

ऐसी ही मोबाईल फ़ोन प्रनाली का इस्तेमाल करके, डी जे फ़ेडरू प्रस्तुत करते हैं – सेलफ़ाबेट,हवा में शब्द् लिखने की एक अनूठी तकनीक!बगैर फ़ोन को हाथ लगाये!

The system will now be demonstrated publicly and all are invited to witness a first in history – a man walking to write an SMS text message, without touching his phone. As he walks, you play a game of words like no other…

चलिये हमारे साथ, और खेलिये एक नयी चाल…

Where: Kala Ghoda Art District’s Parking Lot, Mumbai

When: 2PM, Saturday 28th of July 2007

Team:
DJ Fadereu(a.k.a. Rohit Gupta) (software)
Tara Chowdhry(documentator)
Angad Chowdhry (event manager)
Gabriel Greenberg (visual display)
Vickram Crishna

Live on the Web! The Cellphabet Twitter Feed

अधिक जानकारी के लिये सम्पर्क करें!For more information please contact: Gabriel Greenberg (09870181434), DJ Fadereu(09821424074) or email algomantra@gmail.com

 

 

 

The Countdown Begins


I’ll be releasing my secret project within 7 days now, and it’s not J.U.N.G.L.E. as earlier planned…..
More from D. J. Fadereau at Algomantra.

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