Here's a little info on Push Snowboarding... "When the Nokia Push project began back in September 2009, we helped re-imagine skating, kite aerial photography, city guides and more. But even we could not have imagined this.
In 2011, Nokia Push will be collaborating with the world's biggest snowboarding company, Burton Snowboards, to create a new type of connected snowboarding. Work has already started between Nokia and Burton, and the collaboration will be run in the spirit of the Push project -- transparently, and openly in beta. Throughout this time, regular videos will be published here detailing our progress so far, and counting down to our beta launch at next year's Burton Euro Open in January."
What a cool idea! Now people will be able to track there awesome feats, tricks digitally share them online. This app is similar to the Gps Sports Recorder : ShadowBox Micropositioning System which also "gathers data while attached to your snowboard, skis, wakeboard, windsurfer, jetski, kiteboard etc. and measures that objects movement in 3D space while helping you redefine how you view and talk about your sports performance."
April 7, 2011 8:26 PM | Technology