Mobile Media Life was a collaborative project with Motorola to explore imaging, communicating, visualizing, and viewing in everyday life. The goal was to help people become skilled at enjoying, producing and interacting with rich media at work, school, or play thorough new interfaces and services on mobile devices.
This purpose of this project was to design the concept for a consumer product that Motorola could develop and deliver to market within the next five years. The product is to be designed for people living in the United States and between the ages of 13 and 25. It should give people new opportunities to experience media on mobile devices.
MotoRoo is a touch-screen mobile phone coupled with a service that allows members to share media. Users can see what media their friends are watching or listening to, and they can also access this media through the phone. This allows friends to share their television, music, internet, and video preferences in an interactive way.
Users are also able to view or listen to media together, and interactive video and text enhance this experience.