RadioDNS – adding visuals to FM radio on a mobile phone

This morning, the Chair of RadioDNS, Nick Piggott, demonstrated RadioDNS technology live in the US for the first time.

Demonstrating a test app written for a standard Nokia N900 mobile phone, the audience at the inaugural Radio Ink Tech Summit saw IP-delivered visual accompaniment alongside the FM services of KFOX, a Clear Channel station available in Mountain View, California.

RadioDNS connects broadcast radio to the internet, in ways that can significantly reduce the load on cellular networks, increase functionality to the mobile user, and increase battery life on the device.

See the demo on the YouTube video, above.

For more information about the benefits of RadioDNS on mobile devices, see the facts about radio on a mobile phone.