Archive | January, 2014

The Alzheimer’s Facebook Timeline Experience

30. January 2014

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A very cool way to raise awareness of Alzheimer’s Disease on Facebook, Alzheimer Nederland, the Dutch organisation for Alzheimer’s Disease has launched a Facebook Timeline Hack that takes photos from hugely popular real-world events and photoshops hundreds of people into photos at events they’ve never been to, before posting them to Facebook and tagging them [...]

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Original Source: The Audio Shower Experience

28. January 2014

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A slightly different approach from Original Source, who’ve created a series of ‘Audio Showers’ for their new range of shower gel products in the UK, with the showers exploring the idea of what smells sound like by creating 3D soundscapes for their limited edition range. They allow listeners to ‘trial’ the shower gels, through a [...]

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ELEKS Project G: Google Glass Sports App

27. January 2014

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The Google Glass experiment that will alter you perception of how mobile gadgets and sport will combine to work in the future. ELEKS Project G is a cross-platform solution that will connect your mobile device, web and Google Glass to form an invincible team as you play sports with real-time data and friend input. All [...]

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Land Rover: Blippar Powered Sensory Overdrive

22. January 2014

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Here’s something a little different from Land Rover, with a new ‘Sensory Overdrive’ experience using Blippar Augmented Reality technology to allow people the opportunity to experience the car in a tangible-digital way, activated from a large print campaign. The first of 3 experiences integrates phone vibrations with different terrain, the second uses the phone as [...]

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Ototo: An Experimental Synthesizer

22. January 2014

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A new circuit board synthesizer that lets you turn almost anything into a musical instrument. It’s called Ototo, by the crew at Dentaku, and once plugged in, creates 12 touch pads and 4 live sensor inputs, which together let you trigger and manipulate the generated sounds in a number of ways, all pumped out through [...]

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Helly Hansen: First Tracks Powder Alarm App

20. January 2014

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The must have app this season for all Snowboarders and Skiiers. Set it before you goto sleep, one early wake-up alarm and one sleep-in, with the app checking all night long for weather reports of powder, if you hit gold you’ll be the first up to claim those fresh tracks. Otherwise, why bother heading up. [...]

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Google Glass: Race Yourself Fitness App

19. January 2014

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Here it comes, the wave of Google Glass apps that attempt to make these wearable devices useful! I’m not quite sure that Google Glass would be that great to run around in, but hey, if it is, this could be a bit of fun… The Race Yourself App attempts to motivate you, with Zombies, Virtual [...]

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Ajax Social Wipes: A Tool To Clean Up Your Feed

14. January 2014

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If you’ve ever tried to get rid of all the old pages and boring brands you’ve ‘liked’ on Facebook, or spam you’ve accumulated on Twitter, then Colgate’s social tool for their new “Ajax Spray N’ Wipes” product, called “Ajax Social Wipes” does exactly that, by instantly aggregating all of the pages you’ve ‘liked’ on Facebook, [...]

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Introducing The New NYTimes.com Redesign

13. January 2014

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With a completely new User Experience and UI, the new, New York Times website, elegantly brings you the world’s best news, in a whole new way. At first glance, you’ll not see a drastic change, but as you use the site, you’ll uncover elements that feel natural, like the way images enlarge, or the comments [...]

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IKEA: The Social Catalogue Campaign

13. January 2014

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Here’s a neat way to get people sharing your content, for IKEA, that came in the form of a ‘Social Catalogue’ campaign that challenged people to grab a catalogue and take a photo of your favourite pieces of furniture, before snapping a photo for your chance to win it. Sure, we’ve seen things like this [...]

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Kia Australia: Game On Tennis App

9. January 2014

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Kia has kicked off this year’s sponsorship of the Australian Open with his interactive campaign challenging viewers to return the world’s fastest serve by using their mobile phone. The interactive game, designed by mobile solutions agency Mnet, allows viewers to return a high-speed tennis serve live from their TV. The game requires viewers to use [...]

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SlideShare: Global Digital Statistics 2014

8. January 2014

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Here it is, the 2014 Global Digital Statistics, Stats & Facts SlideShare presentation from the guys at We Are Social. It comes in at a small, 183 pages of seriously useful data to help set the picture and verify trends for 2014. It features 2014 Digital Statistics, Stats and Facts like; 2.5 Billion People are [...]

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Coca-Cola: The Wrapping Paper Billboard

7. January 2014

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Showing that cool billboards don’t always have to be digital, this one from Coca-Cola is not just smart, but it’s perfectly on brand, in a way customers want to interact with the company. The Wrapping Paper Billboard saw hundreds of people able to walk past to grab a full sheet of ‘Open Happiness’ wrapping paper [...]

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Samsung: Drive Safe Mode App

6. January 2014

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Samsung in Singapore has created ‘Eyes On The Road’ an app they say activates a ‘Drive Safe Mode’ when you’re in the car, stopping all call, texts, push notification alerts .etc The app uses sensor fusion technology, and automatically detects motion at above 20km/hr, activating ‘Drive Safe Mode’ where all calls, texts, push notification alerts [...]

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Sound Waves: An Interactive Art Installation

5. January 2014

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This interactive art installation is a few years old now, but you’ll love it all the same. An artistic experiment to showcase sound waves like you’ve never seen them before, with a 7×7 grid of audio speakers that have been rigged up with fog generators, which in turn, puff up into the air with each [...]

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