Archive | September, 2010

Google New: Everything New From Google

24. September 2010

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Google Freak? If so, you won’t need to use this new site from Google, you’ll already be deep in Google Labs trying out the latest and greatest… But, chances are you don’t dig through the archives every day and you probably don’t subscribe to each products news feed either. So, Google New gives you the [...]

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Nokia Push Burton: Real Life Gaming

23. September 2010

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Being the snowboarding fan that I am. This is pretty cool. It’s Nokia’s “Push” technology that mixes gaming & reality with the data that you generate boarding any mountain in the world. Think of it like the Shaun White Snowboarding game, just in real life… The bigger your tricks, the faster you go, the crazier [...]

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Nokia N8: World’s Smallest Stop Motion Film

21. September 2010

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This is a great little campaign for Nokia, created by Aardman and W+K, the stop motion film called “Dot” was shot entirely on a new Nokia N8 and is officially contains the words smallest stop motion character, at just 9mm. The entire set was no more than a metre and a half long, painted under a [...]

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The 8 Bits Movie

21. September 2010

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I know there are a few of you guys out there that love a little 8 Bit action.  So here is a very weird but wonderful short film by Valère Amirault, Jean Delaunay, Sarah Laufer and Benjamin Mattern. Perhaps 8 Bit is coming back this year? Enjoy the video if you have a few spare [...]

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Infographic: How Adults Use Mobile Phones

20. September 2010

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Here is the latest infographic out from Flowtown, this time on how Adults are using mobile phones, and with it, comes a few interesting stats to take notice of… Like the 90% of 18-29 year olds that sleep with their mobile phone, this is a stat that doesn’t mean too much directly, but helps establish [...]

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Dentsu: Stop Motion 3D Light Painting iPads

20. September 2010

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Wow. This is a creative experiment from Dentsu London that explores the effects of “glowing rectangles” that are increasingly part of our every day lives. Dentsu worked with BERG, utilising iPads to create time-lapse, stop motion 3D light paintings for the project. Each iPad would play a pre-created animation of various shapes and sizes, that, [...]

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Greenpeace: Facebook Unfriend Coal Campaign

19. September 2010

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Greenpeace is now battling Mark Zuckerburg and Facebook  with this new campaign highlighting the need for leading companies to source environmentally friendly electricity, instead of “dirty old coal”… and it seems to be getting a pretty good reception so far with over 500,000 people joining the petition to demand Facebook gets off coal powered electricity. You can join the campaign [...]

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Video: Meet The New Twitter.com

15. September 2010

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It’s here. The new Twitter.com interface has been released, along with a host of new features that make the site more an app than website, which to me, is a very good thing for twitter, it’s users and future advertisers. So, what’s new? Well, pretty much everything… The first thing you’ll notice is the new right hand panel, [...]

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Nike: Sneak & Destroy On Facebook Places

15. September 2010

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This was a cool experiential campaign from Nike to promote the Varsity Destroyer jacket. Teaming up with Koi Fusion, a popular food truck, Nike tweeted clues to followers in search of the Koi Fusion truck, once found, you had to check in with Facebook Places and then order a secret menu item… The Destroyer Burrito. [...]

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UNIQLO: Lucky Machine Campaign

14. September 2010

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UNIQLO are promoting the launch of the UK’s new online store with a virtual pinball machine (built in Papervision) that is socially connected.  You start with a single ball, connect with Facebook, and you’ll get a bonus 3 to help you climb the leaderboard for a share of thousands in prizes. UNIQLO are known for [...]

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