Nokia and Burton's 'Push Snowboarding' Collaboration

A session at SXSW Interactive 2011

Tuesday 15th March, 2011

12:30pm to 1:30pm (CST)

When playing sport, have you ever wondered what it would be like to have a ‘car dashboard’ to tell you what’s happening; how quickly you were going? Measuring every turn? Timing every jump? Understanding how much ‘rush’ you were feeling? All on your cell phone? Push Snowboarding is doing exactly that by combining the power of the Nokia N8, External sensors and Nokia Fans worldwide. This session will give SxSW delegates the opportunity to speak with the people behind the scenes and see for themselves what the team from Nokia and Burton have put together. #pushsnowboarding

About the speakers

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Stuart Wells

Creativity, snowboarding, music, cycling, photography, travel & occasionally sitting on my sofa doing nothing. bio from Twitter

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Nick Sargent
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Tom Puukko

Founding Partner at hypernaked, previously residing under the name of Tom Johnson. bio from Twitter

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Matthew Knight

Curator of the100.thinkplaymake.co and disposablememoryproject.org; Father of child; Purveyor of digital strategy and technology; Lover of Coffee. bio from Twitter

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10 attendees

  • Stuart Wells
  • Chuck Fletcher
  • Martijn van Erp
  • Nick Parish
  • Philip Mervis
  • Sylvain Martel
  • Zach Pousman
  • Tom Puukko
  • Tyler Bell
  • Matthew Knight

3 trackers

  • chloe gottlieb
  • Mez Hopking
  • poptune

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Time 12:30pm1:30pm CST

Date Tue 15th March 2011


Grand Ballroom, AT&T Conference Center

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