Archive | July, 2016

Graubünden: The Village Phone Promotion

31. July 2016

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There is a village so quiet in the Graubünden region of Switzerland, that when the single public telephone in the village square rings, the entire village hears it and the village of Tschlin proved that with this pretty weird (and almost fun!) promotional campaign to showcase the town in a Tourism campaign that reminds you [...]

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Painting in 3D With Google’s VR Tilt Brush

24. July 2016

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So you’re not awesome with Photoshop, or 3D Studio Max, but want to make art? Perhaps you just want to design for the future… Well, Google’s Tilt Brush lets you paint in a 3D space with virtual reality, making what’s impossibly hard to create on a computer, look seriously easy through human movement. Now you [...]

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The Lab: Digital Art Installations at Panorama

23. July 2016

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The Panorama Music Festival on Randalls Island in New York is getting its share of the Creative-Tech world this year, with some major technology, social and device brands commissioning interactive digital art installations, with brands like HP and Snapchat leading the way… Check out above the collaboration between HP and The Verge with their “Lab”. [...]

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Burger King “McWhopper” Case Study Video

17. July 2016

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So, the McWhopper is one of the world’s most awarded campaigns, a brilliant piece of guerrilla marketing and PR fused with a daring client happy give it a crack. But sometimes it’s not just a great idea, but a great case study film that helps to shape how big an idea can get, especially in [...]

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NRL Makes ‘Instabilia’ Real-Time Memorabilia

13. July 2016

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Introducing ‘Instabilia’ – a real time activation that offers NRL fans the opportunity to own one-of-a-kind State of Origin memorabilia created instantly as those game-defining moments happen on the field, encased in glass and immediately placed on eBay for auction. Instabilia items are generated in real-time through the NRL’s Mission Control room, where designers, copywriters, [...]

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The World’s Biggest Viral Video Experiment

11. July 2016

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So, how do you make a viral video? Well, a team from Australia has spent 2 years trying to find out, and nailed it… From shark attacks, to lightning strikes, bears chasing snowboarders, to drones falling into Burning Man – the world watched, they shared and then they argued like hell over their authenticity. With [...]

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Google VR: The Future of 3D Animation

10. July 2016

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Everyone is talking about how VR is the future, but to date there really hasn’t been the uptake to make that notion real. But on the commercial side, work like Google’s Daydream Labs is changing what VR can be used for… Daydream Labs has showcased a new way to create 3D animation through the use [...]

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Old Spice “YouLand” 8-Bit Facebook Video Game

3. July 2016

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8-bit videogames are coming back, well ok… Maybe just for Old Spice, with their new “Youland” Facebook Video Game, which three in-built games. Just log in with Facebook, choose your own avatar, friends to play with (they’ll appear at random times in the game). Then, you’ll be shown a tour of the game by Isaiah [...]

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Cannes Lions Grand Prix Winners 2016 (Videos)

3. July 2016

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What a week. The Cannes Lions 2016 Festival of Creativity is complete, all the metal awarded, rosé has stopped flowing and the world’s best creative work for 2016 has been benchmarked. And it’s always hard to find those case studies, so I’ve rounded up each Grand Prix winning case study video from Cannes Lions in [...]

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