Archive | March, 2010

Earth Hour: Lights Off YouTube Viral

25. March 2010

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This is the latest Earth Hour campaign for the March 27th event, and aims to raise awareness of the need to reduce the earths power consumption. For this, WWF teamed up with Hot Chip and The Viral Factory to create a stop motion animated video that is dynamically controlled by the light in your room and a [...]

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Flame It Microsite: How To Train Your Dragon

24. March 2010

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This is quite a cool digital campaign by StruckAxiom called “Flame It” for the latest DreamWorks movie “How To Train Your Dragon”. It taps into everyones destructive urges and allows you to literally flame anything you can think of online… Check it out here. Friends Facebook pages, twitter accounts, blogs, news or shopping sites, anything! Start flaming and it [...]

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Opera Browser To Launch on iPhone & iPad

24. March 2010

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This might be what lots of you have been waiting for, a browser (any browser!) that isn’t safari, for the iPhone and probably the iPad. Today, Opera have officially submitted the new Opera Mini 5 browser app to Apple for approval, if it gets through or not is another story! The Opera Mini 5 browser brings [...]

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Toyota Auris: Multi-Marker Augmented Reality

23. March 2010

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Toyota Europe, with Saatchi & Saatchi Germany have launched a new campaign that provides users with a unique Augmented Reality experience through the ability to create their own AR environment by printing various markers from a range of available objects on the website. Users can integrate as many markers as desired to create the ultimate [...]

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The Virtual Homeless: A Digital Installation

22. March 2010

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This is a pretty moving piece from Pathways To Housing & Sarkissian Mason depicting a “virtual” homeless man projected onto a wall in NYC, shivering from the cold of a sleepless night, alone, outdoors, he is just one of 40,000 similar people that are homeless in New York. The campaign to raise awareness hope to create interaction with someone [...]

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Facebook: Facts & Figures For 2010

22. March 2010

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I thought I’d throw up another great social media infographic / visualisation / chart or what ever you want to call them! This time it’s on Facebook Statistics for 2010, showcasing things like total users, global reach, mobile usage .etc along with a pretty cool timeline of the key milestones in Facebook’s history so far. [...]

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Twitter: The Path To 10 Billion Tweets

21. March 2010

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In March 2010, Twitter recorded it’s 10 Billionth tweet, which is a huge landmark for a company that really only found traction in 2009. To mark the ocassion, Mashable created this infographic to chart the path to 10 Billion Tweets and look at where twitter is now.

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WIRED Magazine: The iPad Experience

21. March 2010

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WIRED Magazine recently released their vision for the future: Digital Story Art. Allowing that to happen is of course, the iPad and to showcase the experience WIRED Magazine will be delivering to their readers in April, they released this at TED a few weeks ago. The WIRED Magazine’s iPad experience is very rich, and believe it [...]

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HP: Digital Video Wall Installation

21. March 2010

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This is something a little different from HP. A combination of sculpture meets digital art for the foyer of HP’s Palo Alto Headquarters. Created by Tronic, the installation is 60ft long and made of LED panels backed by reinforced fiberglass to sculpt the reverse side. It looks seriously amazing, and as it should when your brief is [...]

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HTML 5: Harmony Drawing Tool

20. March 2010

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The HTML 5 hype is starting to get bigger and bigger, but I’m sure lot’s of you are wondering what exactly can HTML 5 do? Well, this video is a pretty good example of the power that HTML 5 will bring to us (remembering it’s still early days in it’s technology cycle) with the new standards [...]

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