Nokia has just announced that its newest research laboratory, located in Hollywood, California, is now open.
With this occasion, the Finnish giant unveiled several of its future intentions related to the new research lab and regarding new ways of making our mobile lives better.
More exactly, Nokia said that it will develop “new user interfaces that fully explore the role of the human body and human motion for more natural forms of interaction.”
Nokia further mentioned its plans to collaborate with members of the media and the entertainment industry from Hollywood and around, as well as with universities like UCLA (University of California Los Angeles) and USC (University of Southern California).
As a result of the work made at the Hollywood NRC, we should soon see new mobile technologies that revolve around the media industry: film, TV, Internet, music and games.
All this might sound a bit vague, but I’m sure Nokia will be far from “vague” in its research done at the new center.
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