Nokia shows off song-inspired Bluetooth headset designs

Nokia's recently-concluded Music Almighty Headset Competition, which asked entrants to design a Bluetooth headset inspired by their favorite song, drew over 6,000 entries. The finalists were realized in one-off form by Nokia. Obviously there is a huge gulf of subjectivity between a piece of music and a finished set of headphones, but of the five finalists, at least one looks pretty:

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It didn't exactly cause that big a stir when it was first announced, but it looks like Nokia's Music Almighty headset design competition still managed to attract a respectable 6,000 entrants, and Nokia is now showing off the five winners that have been manufactured as fully-functional, one-off headsets.

The hook of the contest is that all of the headsets had to be inspired by a song, which expectedly drew a whole range of designs from the stylish Daft Punk "Robot Rock" set above to feat of subtlety that is the R. Kelly "I Believe I Can Fly" headset after the break.

Hit up the link below to check out the remaining winners, including not one but two Michael Jackson-inspired sets, and look for the whole lot to make their way to the Nokia Regent Street Flagship store in London next month. [source engadget]


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