There’s only two weeks left to enter Nokia’s alphalabs.cc competition, an experiment which merges technology with the arts. It’s all about encouraging artists and developers to share the experimental apps they’ve developed and created on Windows Phone. Here’s what I wrote in January if you missed it: Nokia launches Alphalabs to promote experimental apps.
The competition’s open for submissions until 13th February 2012. Judged by representatives from Nokia and onedotzero, the winner will take away a grand prize sum of £5,000 while ten runners up will each win £500.
To enter the competition you just need to document your experiments and submit them via alphalabs.cc. Don’t worry, you don’t need to submit a fully fledged app, according to Keith Varty, Head of Ecosystem and Development for Nokia UK and Ireland, the judges are looking for “concepts that demonstrate a creative use of the platform, and not necessarily fully finished apps.”
Go to alphalabs.cc.to enter and get updates on the competition.