50 Nokia Lumia 1020s + Microsoft Surface Generate #LivingMoments from New York

What can you accomplish with the pretty incredible camera packed inside the Nokia Lumia 1020? Check this out… Paul Trillo and his awesome team are back again! This time they are armed with 50 connected Lumia 1020’s, a Microsoft Surface tablet and a custom app to create ‘Living moments’ to stunning effect!The ‘bullet’ effect is a technical first; offering 100% mobility through the streets of New York, capturing the essence of the city and its ‘living moments’


About the video: 41 photographs of New York taken between 3:00am and 7:00am shot with the Nokia Lumia 1020 and its amazing 41mp sensor (http://nokia.com/lumia1020). The 41 images were masterfully stiched together to create a hypnotic film that takes us on a journey through the night to sunrise.
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