Archive | December, 2010

Lego Black Ops in Stop Motion

20. December 2010

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A little over a month ago I posted a great ad for Call of Duty: Black Ops that has almost 3 million views on YouTube. If you liked that, you’ll probably love this; Lego Black Ops, a great stop motion piece showcasing what looks like a FFA (free for all) battle on Black Ops, only [...]

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Leo Burnett’s “David On Demand” Case Study

19. December 2010

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Remember Leo Burnett’s “David On Demand” social experiment at Cannes this year? Well, here is the case study video that captures exactly what happened with David On Demand at the 2010 Cannes Lions Advertising Festival. For those who didn’t see it, “David On Demand” was created as a social experiment to promote Leo Burnett’s Wildfire conference at [...]

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Word Lens: Augmented Reality Translation App

18. December 2010

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Craigo, seeing you missed your Spanish lessons this year, I thought i’d post this very cool Augmented Reality iPhone app just for you! It’s called Word Lens, and it uses the iPhone’s camera, along with optical character recognition to translate anything from Spanish into English on the fly, just by pointing the iPhone at the printed words [...]

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Christmas 2.0 – The Digital Nativity Story

15. December 2010

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The guys at Excentric have created this cool “digital” version of how the Nativity story might have played out if all the sites you use today, happed to be around a few thousand years ago. It’s a great little video, pretty well constructed and just an interesting watch for a few minutes. I love the [...]

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iBook: The Three Little Pigs Popup Book

15. December 2010

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If you love the interactive books coming out for the iPad (Alice in Wonderland, The Little Mermaid .etc all which have been huge hits) then you’ll probably dig this, it’s The Three Little Pigs, but created as a virtual popup book for the iPad, and comes complete with a “secret” switch that shows you how the mechanics of that [...]

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Slideshare: Most Contagious 2010 Pres

13. December 2010

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Well it’s here again. Most Contagious 2010 is out and you can check out the slideshare presentation here. It’s been a huge year for creative, even more so for digital, and you’ll probably notice a direct correlation between a lot of what I’ve been posting here on digital buzz, and what made the Most Contagious [...]

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BMW Creates A Cinema “Afterimage” Ad

12. December 2010

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Hmmm, I wasn’t sure that this was actually legal, but here is a very cool example of an “afterimage” being used to deliver the logo in an experiential ad from BMW. They setup high powered camera flash behind a BMW logo cutout, that would in turn, sit behind the cinema screen waiting to be triggered [...]

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Google Zeitgeist 2010: The Year In Search

12. December 2010

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For anyone interested in search, you’ve got to check out the Google Zeitgeist data showcasing the biggest things in search through 2010. This year, they’ve taken the Google Zeitgeist to a whole new level, with a great video and interactive data visualization to complement the insights search data that spans across everything from general search, to sports, [...]

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Sour: Mirror Interactive Music Clip

10. December 2010

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Japanese music band Sour has launched a very cool browser based interactive music clip for their new song Mirror. You might know these guys from another creative music clip which they did a couple of years ago “Hibi no Neiro”. There’s not a lot to say, just open it in the recommended browser and enjoy [...]

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Etsy Gift Ideas for Facebook Friends

9. December 2010

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Popular home made products ecommerce website Etsy has launched a new gift suggestion tool for the upcoming holiday shopping season. You may have seen this already, it’s an app that let’s you to find gifts for your Facebook friends, based on what they like on Facebook. It’s a smart, well executed idea and a good [...]

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