From research to product: Nokia Sensor Application (2005)

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This talk was given at Stanford University for a graduate seminar on People, Computers and Design, organised by Human Computer Interaction program led by Terry Winograd in April 2005. The talk describes the journey from the creation and trial of research prototype to the launch of a mobile application product, which is a tool for social interaction among nearby people.

Nokia Sensor is a software application that you can download on smartphones based on Symbian OS.
It was launched by Nokia in 2005. It was downloaded for over a million copies in the first year of launch, and became a must-have out-of-box content in the Middle East, in particular. However Nokia did not recognise the importance of the mobile applications and social networking service development. In 2008, despite the popularity of the apps, Nokia stopped the maintenance of the application altogether due to the reorganisation.

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  • Comment in 2014:
    Nokia Sensor is a software application that you can download on smartphones based on Symbian OS.
    It was launched by Nokia in 2005. It was downloaded for over a million copies in the first year of launch, and became a must-have out-of-box item in the middle east. However Nokia did not recognize the importance of the mobile applications and social networking service development. In 2008, despite the popularity of the apps, Nokia stopped the maintenance of the application altogether due to the reorganization.

    // This talk was given at Stanford University for a graduate seminar on People, Computers and Design, organized by Human Computer Interaction program led by Terry Winograd in April 2005.
    // The talk describes the journey from the creation and trial of research prototype to the launch of a mobile application product, which is a tool for social interaction among nearby people.

    // Contact: jung@younghee.com / jabbaby@gmail.com
    // http://younghee.com
  • Think of yourself – wherever you are.
  • If you are in a public place – you are quite likely to be surrounded by other people.
  • That is basically the topic of today’s talk. When we started our journey, both Per and I worked in Nokia Research centre. We built two prototype applications and ran pilots on both.
  • 2nd part of our journey is to experience how to make a commercial product out of what we learned and the concept we believed in.
  • From research to product: Nokia Sensor Application (2005)

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