World’s Smallest Character Animated Film Shot on Nokia’s N8

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Just yesterday I heard about the rumors about the delay of Nokia’s N8 and today I came across with such a wonderful animated film, claimed to be the World’s Smallest, which has been shot through Nokia’s much awaited and latest bet N8 mobile handset. The film has been shot in a serious on Nokia’s promotion of N8 which is expected to go on sale by end of this month.

A great little campaign for Nokia, created by Aardman and W+K, the stop motion film called “Dot” was shot entirely on a new Nokia N8 and is officially contains the words smallest stop motion character, at just 9mm. The entire set was no more than a metre and a half long, painted under a microscope by expert modelmakers and animated using tweezers!

It hasn’t gone viral just yet (it’s been online for about 3 weeks) but almost all its 200,000 views have come in the last 3-4 days, so there is a pretty good chance it will get picked up in next coming few days. Here is a video for you to enjoy a great work through any mobile phone ever.

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While Nokia is putting their heart & soul for making its upcoming mobile phone a huge success, many people have already started placing an order for N8 via pre-booking portal. N8 is expected to load with Symbian 3 with 12 mega-pixel camera supported by Carl Zeiss lens, through which above video has been shot.

To make this more interesting for viewers, Nokia also released another video which displays the technology, setup and techniques using which above video has been shot. You can click here to view the making of “Dot”. Enjoy.

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