The Samsung Galaxy Note II can create cool, trippy water art

The Phablet push is not over yet, and Samasung is leading the pack with it’s latest 5.5-inch monster, the Galaxy Note II. Samsung’s latest ad for the device shows Steak Studio, a London based design consulting firm, creating a work of interactive water art that is controlled by Samsung’s latest and greatest phablet. The art display features 408 small fish tank pumps, that replicate whatever the user draws on the screen of the Galaxy Note II into ripples on a pool of water. This extremely cool project took 10 days to complete and is being called “liquid-pixels”, and really showcases not only what the Note II can be used for, but also Android devices in general.

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  • Sedrick Harris

    Let’s see. Maybe you’re a bit pro-APPLE. How can I tell? In the section titled “Android Forums” you have a link titled, “What is the best iphone 5 case?” Poor!