Archive | December, 2014

Norwegian Airlines: Live Streaming Cab in NYC

30. December 2014

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Check out the ‘Norwegian Red Cab’ streaming live from NYC. An interactive experience that enables visitors in a shopping mall in Oslo to control a cab, and discover New York City, in Real-time with a NYC tour guide meets cab driver. I guess it’s kind of like Remote Control Tourist in a way. It’s all [...]

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Join the House of Radon

23. December 2014

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House of Radon is a small yet significant agency from Sweden. They mostly known for their award-winning documentary film called PressPausePlay. At its core, the documentary examines the impact of readily-available digital technology on today’s culture of art, film, music and literature. In order to create even more impactful projects, House of Radon is looking for a bunch [...]

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Introducing ‘COBI’ The World’s Smartest Bike

21. December 2014

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This is a pretty cool project on KickStarter right now. It’s called “COBI” and once installed, gives you the equivalent of world’s smartest bike, allowing you to connect all sorts of parts/gadgets to its brain, with over 100 intelligent features to be activated and used. With Smart-lights, charging stations, thumb controlled indicators, remote control audio, [...]

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Publicis Groupe Agency Xmas Card

21. December 2014

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Publicis Groupe love to create a little fun around Maurice Lèvy at this time of year, and for their 2014 Agency Xmas Card, they’ve turned his office into a virtual skill-tester claw machine, where you’re job is to help extract as many presents as possible, in partnership with the MAKE-A-WISH foundation, that Publicis will donate [...]

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Google: The Year In Search 2014

17. December 2014

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Google’s annual ‘Year In Search’ is out, and in 2014 we searched trillions of times. So what do these searches say about us? About the world? Explore the Year in Search microsite from Google that lets you dig into the biggest stories of 2014, the big moments, the most important sporting/political events and the weirdest [...]

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Digital Design Master in Amsterdam‏

17. December 2014

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I’ve been working in Amsterdam more than five years. I can confidently say this city has some of the best digital agencies and talent in Europe. In order to educate and attract even more talent, nine leading Dutch agencies –  Achtung!, Tribal DDB, MediaMonks, FHV BBDO, Fabrique, Mirabeau, Momkai, Tam Tam and Woedend! – collaborated with The Amsterdam University of [...]

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SlideShare: Purpose Driven Presentation Tips

13. December 2014

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If you’ve ever been stuck while trying to crack a good presentation flow to generate outcomes in Keynote or Powerpoint, then this SlideShare will help give you a few tips for success, based on a theory of “THE WHAT”, “THE WHY” and “THE HOW”, this deck will talk you through tips, provide links to helpful [...]

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Rewind YouTube Style 2014: A Year in Video

10. December 2014

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It’s that time of year again when we look back at what the world has been loving on the internet this year! Rewind YouTube Style 2014 takes a look back at the year’s biggest video hits. As with previous years this mash-up is an original production, rather than just a montage of already-existing footage, highlighting [...]

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ANDY Awards Amazing Call for Entries Videos

10. December 2014

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Sometimes the ‘Call for Entries’ campaigns at the world’s best award shows, almost deserve awards themselves. And if there was ever a time, these three videos signalling that the ANDY’s are open for submissions, probably make the cut! First up is the Explosive Ordnance Disposal Specialist, having one of the most stressful jobs on the [...]

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Intel: How We Keep Stephen Hawking Talking

8. December 2014

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In early 2015, Intel will release to the public, with open access, a new assisted communications platform that will help over 3 million people globally with disabilities, communicate with the world. And today, Intel demonstrated for the first time with Professor Stephen Hawking, that very platform, after spending the last few years together developing the [...]

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Facebook Creates Series of ‘Just In Case Studies’

7. December 2014

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Created for when you need them most, Facebook ‘Just In Case Studies’ are slightly humorous, short video pieces that become almost tutorials, in the fact they will show you how to use some of the more delicate features of Facebook, with an interesting story that you’ve probably experienced yourself, wrapped around it. Like how to [...]

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Pepsi Max: 3D Projection Time Tunnel Portal

6. December 2014

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In the cold and gloomy tunnels of London Bridge, Pepsi Max gave unsuspecting commuters an augmented reality, stereo projection experience to reveal a giant portal to prehistoric dinosaurs and futuristic cyborgs as part of the latest installment from the Pepsi Max’s Unbelievable campaign. A thin gauze stretched across the entire tunnel for projections to activate [...]

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