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Apple Watch Reveals 3x New Ads

26. April 2015

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With everyone wondering if they should be ordering Apple’s WATCH this week, I thought I’d post up their latest ads… 3x 60 second pieces showcasing the watch in action, no dialogue, just feature use in the wild as part of supposedly a typical daily life. Staged of course, but I like the basic use cases. [...]

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The Face of Litter: DNA Powered Deterrents

24. April 2015

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Here’s a really interesting piece of work from Hong Kong, it’s called The Face Of Litter, and is almost a social experiment, taking rubbish samples from across the city, and extracting human DNA from them, before running that DNA data through systems to re-construct human faces, the actual ‘Faces of Litter’… A campaign that aims [...]

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Pedigree Found: Real Time Lost Dog App

17. April 2015

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Genius. Ok so what happens when you lose your dog? Panic sets in, you roam the streets, maybe even put up posters in desperation. Well, now Pedigree has created ‘Pedigree Found’ and app to help find lost dogs in real-time. Once you’ve got the app, and created your dogs profile, if your dog gets lost, [...]

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Old Spice Launches ‘Twitch’ Real-Life Game

14. April 2015

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Incase you don’t know, Twitch is like YouTube, but it is all live-streamed, featuring only multiplayer games for people to watch, with an audience over 50 million strong. Last year, there was the internet phenomenon “Twitch Plays Pokémon” where over 6.5 million people played the game or watched the live-stream. And now, Old Spice thought [...]

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IKEA Now Offers Virtual Weddings Online

13. April 2015

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Brilliant. IKEA has just about everything you can imagine, and now, they even offer virtual weddings! All through their new ‘Wedding Online’ service, where users can select from a range of beautiful locations, decorated to the max with IKEA products tapping new trends, before connecting with Facebook, and live-video streaming in their friends and family [...]

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Chevrolet Launches ‘CoDriver’ Oculus VR Drive

11. April 2015

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Chevrolet has unveiled its Colorado High Country pickup truck VR Experience called ‘The Delivery’ and is the first CoDriver experience to debut. Passengers will be virtually transported to the adventurous terrain of New Zealand and cast in the role of CoDriver for the ultimate off-road adventure. The drive will see them navigate rugged terrain and [...]

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Amazon Dash Button: Place it. Press it. Get it.

1. April 2015

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Perhaps its an April Fools video, but the reality is this has been a long time coming. We’ve talked about connected fridges and sensors in your pantry that can detect when products are low to automatically re-order… Well, Amazon is taking control of that and getting to market first with the ‘Dash Button’ a new [...]

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Netshoes: The World’s Smallest Pop-Up Store

29. March 2015

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Here’s a pretty cool Pop-Up store, in fact, it’s said to be the World’s Smallest Pop-Up store with the most products; but I guess that’s easy when your pop-up store is just an an online store disguised as a pop-up, located at 1.149 and a half Oscar Freire street, in São Paulo, a location considered [...]

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AirBites by AirBnB: Miami Ad School Concept

24. March 2015

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A pretty cool concept from Miami Ad School students in Berlin, it’s called AirBites and is thought out to be a new venture from AirBnB where budding chefs and cooks can AirBite their home cooked dinners to tourists who are traveling through that area. I wish they’d actually do this, we pitched this to tourism [...]

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Samsung: The World’s First Virtual Reality Birth

22. March 2015

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Samsung owned industry sites this week with their ‘LifeLIVE’ event, which claims to be the world’s first Virtual Reality Birth in Australia, where a couple who are based 4,000km’s away from each other, were connected live, for a virtual birthing experience powered by Samsung’s VR Gear headset. Of course this isn’t out of the box, [...]

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GEICO Insurance: The Unskippable Pre-Roll Ad

5. March 2015

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Getting creative with Pre-Roll ads has never been more important, and we are starting to see agencies and brands stepping up to the plate with custom pieces designed to leverage or play on the pre-roll framework. I love these from GEICO, Unskippable Pre-Roll Ads. Little bit of fun too.

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WWF: The Tiger Running Challenge

24. February 2015

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Here’s a neat idea for WWF in Russia, where for the first time, you can stop racing friends on apps like Nike+ and take on something a little more competitive… Like a Tiger. A tiger with a GPS tracker that is. With Tigers in Russia running about 10km per day, you’ll be put to the [...]

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Adobe Celebrates 25 Years of Photoshop

21. February 2015

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We’ve all grown up on Photoshop, it’s perhaps one of the most important pieces of software ever created, and it might just be the tool that got you your first job, or keeps you in a job, so Adobe have just put out a nice tribute to its 25th anniversary for all of us to [...]

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The Four Horsemen: Future Of Digital Business

17. February 2015

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A brilliant presentation from Scott Galloway on Amazon/Apple/Facebook & Google (The Four Horsemen) and who will win and who will lose in the digital business economy. It’s a rapid fire, 90 slide, 15 minute presentation that you MUST watch. So grab a coffee, watch it and thank me later!

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SlideShare: The Marketing Playbook Is Dead

8. February 2015

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There is a lot of hype around the death of typical marketing principles right now, and the famous “engagement” word had been beaten up pretty bad over the last few weeks, as studies, reports and new methodologies appear to be gaining some traction, aiming to show that people don’t interact with brands, let alone want [...]

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