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AUDI: The “Duel” Presidential Debate Ad

28. September 2016

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So the Presidential Debate is the new Superbowl. With Audi setting the standard for an epic, unbelievable ad for the new RS7. Perfectly presented in reverse, you have no idea where the story is going, or why they are “Dueling” until the very end, of course, aligned to the Presidential Debate it makes so much [...]

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Ken Block Presents: GYMKHANA NINE (video)

18. September 2016

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Well, Ken Block’s GYMKHANA NINE is here. There isn’t much else to it apart from 8 minutes of awesome driving. Which, weirdly seemed so much simpler this time around compared to previous GYMKHANA’s, didn’t you think? Or is it that Ken Block is making it look easier. I’m not sure. Either way. It’s sitting at [...]

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Chevrolet “Positivity Pump” With IBMWatson AI

15. September 2016

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The world’s first “Positivity Pump” that rewards select drivers in four cities around the world to demonstrate the brand’s new “global positivity system” which uses IBMWatson AI technology to evaluate how positive people are around the world, and depending on how the world is feeling, and the customer at the pump, is how much free [...]

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McDonald’s Launches Monopoly Mobile Game

9. September 2016

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This week McDonald’s in Australia launched their newly re-imagined Monopoly promotion into a mobile-first gaming experience that converges the digital and physical worlds with an app that scans the ‘peel n reveal’ tickets to unlock unique mobile games, including an augmented reality play. Featuring a virtual game board, the app stashes gaming tickets onto the [...]

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Blizzard: Stream Your Gaming to Facebook Live

30. August 2016

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Here it comes. The commercialisation of Facebook Live. With game developer Blizzard Entertainment doing a deal that means Facebook users can stream their Blizzard gameplay over Facebook Live. It’s limited to PC-gamers in the Americas, Southeast Asia, Australia and New Zealand for now, and will soon hit all other console and gaming platforms. So what [...]

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Field Trip to Mars: The Making of Video

29. August 2016

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When Lockheed Martin wanted to create a group VR experience, they didn’t mess around. Teaming up with Framestore and Unreal Engine to design and engineer an immersive, 360 virtual experience for groups of school kids in a way never before imagined; through a school bus. Field Trip to Mars won 19 Lions (yes 19!!), more [...]

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Ubisoft: Nosulus Rift ‘Fart-Tech’ For South Park

21. August 2016

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Well, someone had to do it right? And Ubisoft probably thought what better reason than to create some smell-driven tech, than for the upcoming South Park game that is literally driven by farts! Perhaps a stunt of sorts, the Nosulus Rift is real, and while the video above seems like a parody video, its not, [...]

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Meet Google Duo: A New Video Calling App

17. August 2016

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So Google Duo is finally here, a new video calling app that wants to challenge Facetime for video calling supremacy, and it’s cross-device so probably has the best shot yet of getting everyone on board, and it’s super simple, an almost no-frills version of Facetime, which for many, might be perfectly ok… What do you [...]

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Google: Beyond The Map (360 Experience)

16. August 2016

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Google have gone to Rio to create ‘Beyond The Map’ an immersive, 360 video experience that takes you on a journey through the favelas of Rio, showing you some of the most amazing culture and inspiring stories while exposing how so many of the locals live in poor conditions. Step inside the unexpected world of [...]

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VReal Trike: Virtual Reality On A Trike

12. August 2016

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At the world’s largest virtual reality expo, a VR company called “Interactive Lab” showcased their latest VR Installation, a motorised trike that becomes a Tron-like race track as soon as you put the goggles on! It’s a custom built electric-powered trike equipped with an onboard computer that powers an Oculus Rift headset surrounded by 20+ [...]

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Microsoft HoloLens: Transforming Architecture

9. August 2016

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This is the future of architecture. Where industry experts along with companies like FORM and Trimble are teaming up with Microsoft HoloLens to explore opportunities to transform the architecture process. With mixed reality enabling architects to immediately get a sense of scale, form, and space so they can easily visualise ideas, making better informed decisions [...]

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See Facebook’s New ‘Snapchat’ Filters

7. August 2016

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Well here it comes, Facebook is trying (again) to take down Snapchat, with its new Filters that use it’s recent aquisition; MSQRD’s object recognition technology to integrate into your timeline, just what Snapchat probably hoped would never happened, but would have been expecting. So, ok this demo isn’t that crazy, but perhaps once built out [...]

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Nike ‘Unlimited You’ Rio 2016 Olympics Ad

6. August 2016

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So Nike says life isn’t about finding your limits. It’s about realizing you have none. And you now what, this Ad pretty much proves that out as they shatter the “Just Do It” tag line at the end of the spot and continue the content for their ad airing during the Rio Olympics opening ceremony. [...]

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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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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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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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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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The Mill ‘BLACKBIRD’ Innovation Case Study

28. June 2016

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The Cannes Lions “Innovation” category was hotly contested again in 2016, but this was perhaps the most amazing piece, not from just it’s core idea or use of technology, but by how it will change the entire film production industry for car brands. Meet the Mill’s “Blackbird” which sets out to transform the way automotive [...]

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