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Videos: NOMOVOK Qt Quick Tablet and Phone UX

Here are a couple of other videos showing the NOMOVOK Qt Tablet UI Concept that we saw a while ago. Thanks for the heads up, Jim!

This NOMOVOK UX concept is implemented with Qt Quick / QML to demonstrate possible user interface for tablets and mobile phones. Desktop in the concept is a big canvas which can be freely panned both vertically and horizontally, containing widgets and launcher icons. User interface scalability is one key aspect of the concept, for example top panel scales into different screen widths and changes its appearance accordingly. Portrait and landscape modes are also supported seamlessly. Animations and effects have been selected so that performance remains optimal with and without OpenGL hardware acceleration. This current version just grasps the possibilities of the concept and Qt QML, the beauty of QML is that it makes rapid UI development and prototyping easy while being a platform also for real user interfaces.

[Youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rjRoUzVCfoc]

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Nomovok video seen a while ago

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  1. Keith
    November 12, 2010 at 3:36 pm

    Hey Jay, I have a question (not related to this topic though)
    Do you know anything about what happened to Bounce Evolution game on N8? I mean we saw it in the demos and its available for N900. I wonder why Nokia didn’t provide it with N8, it’s one of my favs!

  2. xyz
    November 12, 2010 at 6:57 pm

    Hello,

    Alexis, isnt this very similar to the harmattan concept?

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