Huge iPhone 4 made from fifty six iPads

If you were in the UK today and happened to wander through St Pancras International train station in London, you may have seen a huge iPhone 4 sitting on the concourse. Ok it’s not actually a real iPhone 4; but that only makes this more interesting. The huge iPhone 4 is actually made from fifty six iPads all set in a lookalike iPhone 4 case.

Each of the iPads made up a 56th part of a huge video screen which was running a looped video promoting the just released Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light game.  Some lucky commuters even managed to pick up a free iPad as part of the promotion. Any of our UK readers see this, or even manage to get a free iPad?

If you were not one of the lucky few to walk away with an iPad, don’t forget you still have time to enter our competition where you can win a 32GB WiFi + 3G iPad, all the details can be found right here.

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Huge iPhone 4 made from fifty six iPads


Would have been a much better article if you told us HOW they did this. Otherwise this is just an ad for an ad.

Very impressive. Sort of.
Too bad the game it's an ad for is extremely buggy and the expensive iPad version was removed from the US App store. (To say nothing of the iPhone/iPad support site for this game being in Flash.)